Issy Murray analyses the political ramifications of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s recent comments about the Grenfell Tower tragedy, especially in the wake of another general election.
Nicaragua and El Salvador are 2 out of the 8 countries in the world with a complete abortion ban. It is a crime even if the woman’s life in mortal danger. This means that women all over Nicaragua and El Salvador are being rejected abortion, even if the alternative is certain death. This reflects a […]
It has often been claimed that both the apathy of young voters is partially to blame for recent political events, and that our voice is the only hope for Britain. Yet while parties jockey to win the allegiance of students, the policies included in manifestos seem to largely cater towards an established, older audience. As […]
There is no figure in modern British politics quite as divisive as Margaret Thatcher. For the Right, she has been practically beatified, yet to be a left-winger and profess admiration for her is tantamount to blasphemy. The debate surrounding Thatcherism is laced with terms concerning good and evil, from both sides. And, therefore, it is […]
Ah, the dawn of a new year. Always slightly troubling, isn’t it? Whilst we’re all suffering from Christmas hat syndrome (“is there still one on my head? I genuinely can’t tell anymore”), we’re simultaneously shock-stricken that summer wasn’t yesterday… and when did Halloween happen? Did I even have a birthday? Seriously, where did all my […]
Roger Scruton is one of the most prominent conservative intellectuals in Britain – perhaps the most. He has been described by The Weekly Standard, America’s ‘neocon bible’, as “England’s most accomplished conservative since Edmund Burke”. He has authored over thirty books, from introductions to Spinoza to A Political Philosophy: Arguments for Conservatism. I had the […]