Gillian Allison Gracias reports on the recent news of the sanctioning of Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich by the UK government, detailing the implications it will have for the club.
Ahead of COP26, Amy Colwell examines the myriad issues of financing, international politics, energy usage and more that will determine its success or failure.
Rhys Wallis discusses the Conservative Party’s decision to increase tax, and the potential implications this could have for Boris Johnson.
A Slow Clap for the NHS; Reception of the 1% Pay Rise Meg Allan looks at the government’s promise of a 1% pay rise to NHS workers, its reception and how it compares to the rest of the UK. After a year spent waving the rainbow blazoned banner, as we thank our front-line heroes for […]
Protest and the Police Bill The government’s newly proposed Police and Crime Bill has caused shockwaves of outrage online, Anna Shaw discusses the bill’s potential repercussions. The newly proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill will assign more power to the police, particularly in regards to protests; allowing them to set noise limits, impose finish […]
Bridie Adams questions the fairness of gallery and theatre reopening in relation to the rest of the economy. Is it right that retail opens before the arts?
Fergus Harris explores the situation at Number 10 and the implications for the Prime Minister’s Cabinet.
To add to the austerity streak that the Tory government had made the UK internationally renown for, Oliver comments on the longstanding desire for increased social segregation and stratification that the party has demonstrated through years in power. Comparing past and new government Tories, here is a look over the most recent fiasco involving the jeopardy of young futures, and how incompetence made by the refusal to sack useless yes-men caused the penalty of A-level grades in poorer areas.
Print Music Editor Oliver Leader de Saxe breaks down the origins of the most powerful men in the world
Isabel Murray discusses how recent movements have the potential to rewrite Britain’s imperial history.