Ewan Edwards and Joseph Vinton discuss the debate on Johnson’s legacy where parties in Number 10, Brexit, and the Pincher Scandal are all participants in weighing the balance.
Matt Hancock and I’m a Celebrity: where to next?
With the I’m a Celebrity final complete, Harry Craig evaluates Matt Hancock appearance on the show.
Nurses strikes: necessary or needless danger to health?
Charlie Gershinson analyses the players that serve as the impetus for the first RCN national strike since it’s inception 106 years ago.
Conservative representative for Exeter announces revocation of support for the party
A prominent Exeter Conservative has publicly renounced his association with the Tories, claiming its “dog whistle” driven “damaging” cabinet and “incompetent” leadership are sending the country down a destructive pathway.
Liz Truss’ tax U-turn — are the Conservatives detached from reality?
With further economic decline and repeated U-turns, Benedict Thompson evaluates the current state of government representation.
Liz Truss, Conservative Ideology, and the Future of British Government
During an ever-changing political climate, Charlie Gershinson evaluates the evolution of the UK Conservative Party, and what the future may hold.
Minions rejoice as Johnson to be sworn in as new leader
Editor-in-Chief Clémence Smith discusses Boris Johnson’s career prospects following his resignation as Prime Minister.
Broken Promises: Boris’s Blue Wave Legacy
Rhys Wallis discusses the Conservative Party’s decision to increase tax, and the potential implications this could have for Boris Johnson.
Keep Calm and Carry On?
Aaron Loose discusses the government’s new message to ‘Stay Alert’ and the implications behind using such slogans to guide the Coronavirus pandemic
The Limits of Charity: Tom Moore vs Austerity
In unambiguous campaigns to ‘protect the NHS’ that emulate those seen in the war, the Government directly highlights their own failings. The public is being asked to provide for these failings through, exemplarily, donations. Rather than in disillusionment, the result will be of a public quickly forgetting the chronic societal issues that have brought this on – in the name of national pride.