As the UK takes on its fifth PM in six years, Charlie Gershinson evaluates Rishi Sunak’s rise to power and whether this implies that anyone can do it.
With further economic decline and repeated U-turns, Benedict Thompson evaluates the current state of government representation.
During an ever-changing political climate, Charlie Gershinson evaluates the evolution of the UK Conservative Party, and what the future may hold.
New government guidance urges universities to include information on drop-out rates and graduate employment prospects in their advertising.
Kate Hall writes about the government’s innovative suggestion for students to save on energy costs.
Harry Craig explores how the meaning of patriotic values has changed over recent years, and whether they are still positive principles for individuals and societies to hold today.
Graduates to be hit with ‘tax rise by stealth’ on their student loans Millions of university graduates in England face higher repayments on their student loans as the government freezes the earnings threshold at which they start repaying. The universities minister, Michelle Donelan, announced on Friday 28th January that the salary threshold for undergraduate student […]
Katie Archibald discusses the climatic future of the UK and if targets to reduce extreme weather are enough or can even be met.
Niamh Walsh explores how the creative industries have been let down since Britain’s departure from the EU and glimpses into what its future may hold.
Exeter alumni Dr Alex George appointed government mental health ambassador Exeter alumni and A&E doctor, Alex George, has been appointed the UK’s mental health ambassador in an effort to improve young people’s education and access to mental health services. The 30-year-old ex-Love Islander has recently taken to his social media platforms to stress the importance […]