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Sexual Harassment in Parliament: How should the Government be dealing with...

On 1st November, it was announced that Michael Fallon had resigned from his post as Defence Secretary of State, admitting his behaviour had fallen...

Rising Interest Rates- What does it mean?

On 1st November 2017 the monetary policy committee (MPC) of the Bank of England, Britain’s central bank, voted to raise interest rates for the...

Brexit negotiations continue to falter

The Message was simple: 'Brexit means Brexit'. One year following the referendum that divided the nation, the most epic divorce of the century is...

Thank Corbyn for the Youth’s Political Resurrection, not Tuition Fee Promises.

Thursday 8th June 2017. Was this the day that the youth made their voices heard within the political world? Was this the first time...

Tories cap tuition fees in attempt to attract youth vote

Theresa May, in a move designed to attract youth voters, revealed plans to cap tuition fees as they currently stand at £9,250 going forward....

What has the University of Exeter done over the last 10...

What can happen during a decade? The University of Exeter has accomplished much between 2007 and 2017, highlights include admission into the Russell group in...

General Election roundup: Conservative disaster and deals with the DUP

In an extraordinary blow to the Conservatives, the election has ended in a hung parliament. Despite burgeoning pre-election confidence and a staggering 17-point lead...

Accelerationism or Nostalgia? Why there is no alternative in this election

Following the financial crash of 2008, when confidence in the free market’s ability to protect the welfare of citizens fell apart, sci-fi utopian dreams...

Seats to Watch

May’s marching on Tory triumph. But where’s she going?

Listen. The sound of the Tory yomp to triumph on June 8 is deafening. Labour’s sporadic venture over the top, and Mr Farron’s plucky...