Georgie Whitehouse discusses the pain of ‘fanciful words’ when it comes to ending police brutality against marginalized groups.
Drawing the Line (of Duty)
With series 6 of the BBC’s hit cop drama well underway, Harry Scott-Munro considers whether the end is in sight for this decade-long storyline
Devon and Cornwall full to capacity, say police
Devon and Cornwall full to capacity, say police The South West of England has faced an influx of tourists since lockdown was lifted. Now, Devon and Cornwall are ‘full to capacity’ with the emergency services struggling to cope. Since lockdown started, the British tourism sector has been hit hard, losing out on millions of pounds. […]
Defunding the American Police
As Black Lives Matter protests across the world continue to take place, so do calls to defund the police. News editor, Emily Im, investigates how and why defunding the police would work.
Hunger Games of XR
Sophia Thornton argues that the aggressive policing of Extinction Rebellion (XR) highlights the UK government’s reticence to combat the climate and ecological crisis
France’s state of emergency- the new normal?
Earlier this year, French president Emmanuel Macron announced that the state of emergency would be extended to the 1st November 2017, and as the latest lapse of the regime is being renewed, has this really become the “new normal”? Firstly, a little bit of context. The state of emergency was introduced in France as far […]
Policing in the past?
As students and as members of a technological generation, we tend to pride ourselves on being a bit more tech-savvy than our elders. Maybe your parents or grandparents will need help with ‘The Google’, or they will want to know what ever happened to that happy little paper clip from a few years ago. These […]
Exe student cares for Calais
Following recent and severe clashes between police and migrants at the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp, one University of Exeter student has found a unique way to lend her support. Final-year student Georgina Lewis is currently raising money to buy swimming goggles for refugees living in the ‘Jungle’ in an attempt to protect them from police brutality, which […]
Student ‘grabbed’ near halls
A n Exeter student was ‘grabbed’ by a stranger walking home during Freshers’ Week, it has been revealed. Speaking anonymously, the fourth year student told Exeposé she had left her workplace in town at 2 am to walk home on 17 September. She noticed a stranger following her on Old Tiverton Road, continuing until she […]
Exeter’s top crime spots revealed
A citywide crime map has been released, revealing which areas in Exeter reported the most incidents in July this year. The interactive online map breaking down total recorded crimes by location showed Mary Arches street to be Exeter’s most crime-prone area. Mary Arches, which borders Fore Street and is located near the Cathedral, saw 29 incidences recorded in July alone. […]