Nick Powell analyses the remain alliance and looks to history for another example of an unlikely coalition.
Olivia Garrett goes back in history to 1605 in order to analyse the events leading up to Guy Fawkes Night and discusses it’s relevance in our society today.
New research from the University of Exeter has revealed that two-thirds of people are in favour of MPs doing “whatever is necessary” to achieve their desired Brexit outcome, even if this means breaking constitutional conventions. The research surveyed 2,692 people in Britain, weighted to be demographically representative, between 5 and 9 September. Jason Reifler, Professor […]
Georgia Shepherd gives us a detailed run-down of the recent events in the Brexit debacle.
Online News Editor Peter Syme reports on the recent prorogation saga and explores the Prime Minister’s Brexit options In times of increasing turbulence and uncertainty, the supreme court ruling that the government’s prorogation of parliament was unlawful has proliferated tensions as 31 October comes ever closer. Prime Minister Boris Johnson advised the Queen to suspend […]
Shireen Zulparquear explores beloved travel company Thomas Cook’s soaring success and analyses what could have caused such a dramatic downward spiral.
The Art of Lying Down Erica Barnes analyses the “art” behind a trending photo of Jacob Rees-Mogg lounging on a bench in Parliament Brexit is everywhere, like an ugly case of chickenpox. If it were a virus then Jacob Rees-Mogg is the anti-vax mother. Searching for relief is perfectly human – and comedy is perhaps […]
Demonstrators clashed on Monday as far-right UKIP MEP candidate Carl Benjamin and former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos came to lead a rally at Exeter Quay. Addressing crowds of supporters and protestors, the two arrived as part of Benjamin’s electoral tour of the South-West. As has been the case across their campaign, the controversial figures challenged […]
Exeter professor Michael Depledge has been one of several leading toxicology experts to speak out on the difficulty of setting up a hypothetical UK Chemicals Agency post-Brexit. Speaking at the first session of the UK Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into toxic chemicals in everyday-life, the scientists advised adherence to pre-existing EU chemical regulations since the […]
Riots instigated by the so-called “Gilets Jaunes” (yellow vests) in Paris won’t have failed to attract considerable attention recently; they’ve almost consistently been in daily headlines for nearly three weeks. Images circulating on the internet and television show a Paris that hasn’t been seen for a while: smoke-filled crowds, disintegrated cars, the Champs Elysées practically […]