Print News Editor Charlie Gershinson discusses the findings of the 2022 progress report on Home Office reformation following the 2018 Windrush scandal.
Rwanda asylum plan: a safe haven for refugees or a cruel farce?
Benedict Thompson evaluates the future of UK immigration policy in the shadow of the resulting judicial review of the Rwanda asylum plan.
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.
Time for a New ‘Normal’
Chris Manktelow argues that COVID-19 has acted as a mirror for our society.
What Dom Has Done
As the scandal surrounding Dominic Cummings’ trip to Durham continues to dominate the headlines, Isaac Bettridge analyses what this tells us about Cummings, his boss and the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Cummings and Goings
Dominic Cummings, the PM’s most senior advisor, is the latest political figure to have been exposed for allegedly breaking lockdown rules.
New Zealand’s Healthcare System: Too Much, Too Soon?
According to the Global Prosperity Index survey conducted by the Legatum Institute, New Zealand is the second-best governed country in the world, just behind Finland. Alongside reports that New Zealanders are among the happiest people in the world, it seems like a pretty good place to live, and their incredible healthcare system only adds to […]
Europe Strikes Back – An Analysis of Europe’s Strike Culture
Just why is Europe always brought to a halt by weekly strikes? If you have spent time in mainland Europe in recent years, and particularly if you have been a Year Abroad student, you will have noticed that there is one event that causes the greatest inconvenience, often on a weekly basis. Strikes. In Britain, […]