Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori were released five months ago after a gruelling imprisonment in Evin prison, Tehran at a break in the political deadlock between Iran and Britain.
Following the Supreme Court’s vote to overturn Roe v Wade, Features Editor Maggie John discusses what this means for the country’s future and women’s rights.
Korea Move: Korean Politicians and the 2022 Presidential Election In another instalment of her recurring segment, Korea Move, Cleo covers the politics of South Korea and talks about the promises made during the recent presidential election that threw out Moon Jae-in The 20th President of South Korea will take office in May, following a March […]
Labour MP for Exeter, Ben Bradshaw, has announced ‘with considerable sadness’ that he will be stepping down from his role at the next general election.
Draconian COVID Regulations in Hong Kong Austin Taylor covers how a strict COVID crackdown in Hong Kong affects travellers & residents. Generally, Asian countries have taken much tougher stances on COVID-19 than their Western counterparts. This is especially so in Hong Kong, where any travellers who are actually eligible to enter the territory are required […]
MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was applauded for stating at an Exeter University Conservative Association and Guild approved event on Friday 22 October that he was “proud,” of Britain’s colonial past. This came alongside Rees-Mogg’s decision to not to comment on an audience member’s use of ‘LGBT’ as an insult.
Siobhan Bahl discusses Biden’s decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, and what this means for his approval.
Oscar Young looks at the latest Westminster scandal and whether it indicates time for change in the government.
John Walter interrogates Biden’s actions in the Oval Office so far, and analyses how his decisions may be reflected in future diplomatic tensions.
Recent amendments to the domestic abuse bill will see threatening to share intimate photos criminalised, after concerns shown in the growing rates of such incidents. Anna Shaw discusses the change and importance of such a step for victims of abuse.