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.
Isabel Murray discusses how recent movements have the potential to rewrite Britain’s imperial history.
The information was unclear and no so are the consequences: with schools set to reopen on the 1st of June, will teachers be there? Do they have the right to abstain, as do the parents in choosing to continue allowing their children to learn from home? But more importantly – what is the safest option?
Incumbent VP Postgraduate Sunday Blake was announced as Guild President last night, winning the position over Jack Watts, Javier Monroy-Yepez, Oliver Bradbear and Yanyao Deng. In her speech, Blake dedicated her victory to “anyone in the student population struggling with homelessness, addiction, domestic violence… You can become Guild President. Because I did.” Students’ Guild elections […]
Watchdog reports are now evidencing a growing lack of teachers, with the government having missed recruitment targets for four years on the trot. These, amongst other reports, have lead to some pretty shocking findings – for example, 28 per cent of secondary physics lessons are taught by teachers with no more than an A-level in […]