Lucy Evans explores the temporary decision by OnlyFans to ban sexually explicit content on its site and what this tells us about the societal disregard for sex workers.
Student debt, two words that I’m sure make most of you physically recoil, will soon take on even more monstrous proportions for students from poorer backgrounds. Come September this year, students coming from families earning less than £42,000 p.a. will no longer receive maintenance grants but loans instead. It appears the last vestige of the […]
Emma Dunne – The Social Media Situation It is fair to say that everyone wants ‘The Good Life’, but many of us cannot define what it is. Is it fulfilment, happiness, or a sense of purpose? And how do we achieve it? Nowadays, much of our lives are lived online. With Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and […]
Tim Woolley examines the first Conservative Majority budget in 19 years. The buzz-word in Westminster today is ‘stability’. As crisis looms in the South Mediterranean, the Chancellor has a dismal financial backdrop over which to weave his tapestry of supposed economic recovery. The Opposition, split between two left-leaning parties, is in comparative disarray. Indeed, as […]