The storming of the Capitol was a predictable culmination of the actions and attitude of Donald Trump over the past four years. However, voices within the Republican party that have stayed silent have now turned on Trump in the wake of the violence.
Eleanor Down asks students what they think about the man set to move into the White House on January 20th.
Print Sports Editor, Nick Powell, looks to Joe Biden’s presidential future as ongoing disputes over the election result stoke division in America.
How horse race journalism changed modern elections Michael Galley examines the concept of Horse Race Journalism and how this affects modern election coverage. Throughout the presidential election, US election coverage has been targeted towards answering one question in particular: ‘Who’s going to win?’ That journalists are fascinated with predicting the election’s outcome is hardly surprising, […]
Rhian Hutchings assesses political activism in art and whether this really is a force for good
Print Music Editor Oliver Leader de Saxe breaks down the origins of the most powerful men in the world
Hannah Levy Davis explains Israel’s new plans for annexation and its potential consequences.
Georgia Shepherd explores the role of the media in today’s society.
Amy expresses skepticism on the outward appearance of our government around COVID-19. This being the phasing in of “draconian” measures as the government’s approach to greater palatability for the nation. This is, rather, a rouse behind which hides the Tory cabinet’s ambiguity and sudden 180 turn. The article analyses the pattern of Johnson’s behaviour that has left many in the UK unconvinced.
Sally Denning explores the significance of politics in hip hop songs.