Brexiteer MPs are guilty of misleading the public once again after falsely accrediting the abolition of the tampon tax to the UK’s departure from the EU. Niamh Walsh discusses the frustration around such political manipulation.
In unambiguous campaigns to ‘protect the NHS’ that emulate those seen in the war, the Government directly highlights their own failings. The public is being asked to provide for these failings through, exemplarily, donations. Rather than in disillusionment, the result will be of a public quickly forgetting the chronic societal issues that have brought this on – in the name of national pride.
Tom Dormer provides an introspective account on the ethics of exhibiting Nazi propaganda The 27th of January 2019 marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, a time where the Allied discovery of Nazi’s ‘death camps’ gave an insight into the atrocities faced by Jewish and minority communities during the Second World War. […]
Lemon Grove club nights Propaganda and Damn Good Tuesdays have been stopped for the foreseeable future, Exeposé understands. Student club nights at the Lemon Grove are currently facing changes due to low turnout since the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year. Propaganda, a club night which other University Student Unions like Lincoln and Bristol host, […]
The hate-hate relationship between North Korea and the US is flourishing. After Pyongyang launched a series of ballistic missiles last summer, the hermit state has gone temporarily passive, with the threat dipping below the boil of media-frenzied, imminent war to a steady simmer. But the tensions persist. Coupled with the threat of nuclear arms, the […]
One of the more entertaining items of news this week was the erecting of a giant golden statue of Chairman Mao in Tongxu county in rural China. The slightly excessive statue was erected to commemorate the former Chinese leader and the influence he had in propelling China towards modernisation. Yet it raises the issue of […]