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Will Greece ever recover?

Martina Seppi discusses the results of the recent Greek elections, explaining why we can't blame the Greek people for their seemingly brash political choices, and...

New funding for Masters students

The University has introduced a new £10,000 scholarship for current students planning to complete a Masters at Exeter in 2015. This proposed financial aid, co-founded...

National: Fall in applications for early deadline courses

Recent figures released by UCAS have shown a fall in the number of applications for university courses with deadlines ending in October. Courses such...

Douglas Carswell: Mad, Mutinous or Moral?

Following the news of the Tory MP's defection to the UK Independence Party, Online Features Editor Fran Lowe explains what happened and why, and...

UKIP, a dangerous vote.

President of LibDem Soc, Nick Sutton explores what the rise of UKIP says about the British Nation and why Europe is friend, not foe. In...

Response to the open letter: what tax policy works?

Freedom Society’s, Joshua Dodgson asks whether Thomas Piketty’s “global wealth tax” offers the answer to UK social inequality. Whilst I am nowhere near finishing the...

The next big crisis? : Ukraine and Russia

Thomas Davies gives his take on the crisis in Ukraine, and what can be done to resolve it peacefully. All eyes in Western press and...