Imogen Poyntz-Wright, Online Science Editor, discusses the UK government allowing the use of Emergency pesticide over fields and its effect on the environment
Gillian Allison Gracias reports on the recent news of the sanctioning of Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich by the UK government, detailing the implications it will have for the club.
Rhys Wallis discusses the Conservative Party’s decision to increase tax, and the potential implications this could have for Boris Johnson.
Issac Betridge, Online Features Editor, weighs up the government advice for travelling abroad
Floris de Bruin explains Chris Whitty’s statement that regulating international border control in the long- term is an unsustainable option.
Flo Marks and John Merlin raise awareness of the ongoing persecution of Uyghurs in China and offer advice to Exeter students on what they can do to help put a stop to it.
Another Governmental U-turn: scrapping reforms to the Gender Recognition Act Isabel Murray discusses the recent decision to scrap the proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act and how this a missed opportunity from the UK government to protect trans folk. In the latest in a series of governmental U-turns, ministers have decided against making changes […]
Marcus Rashford’s campaign to allow low income families in England to claim free school meal vouchers during the holidays has prompted a government U-turn. Whilst the government does not usually provide free school meals during the holidays, it had provided vouchers for the Easter holidays and half-term, but not during the Summer. After raising around […]