• Corbyn for Grime Minister

    I know the similarities between Jeremy Corbyn’s political uprising and the recent surge of the Grime scene are blindingly obvious but I thought I’d put them down on paper. One year ago, young white men in front-facing baseball caps were not sticking two fingers in the air and shouting “Tell ...

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  • Referendums- Democracy or Despair?

    Conrad Kunadu discusses whether referendums are truly democratic or instead divide a nation. I always thought Switzerland did everything right. The food, culture, its picturesque landscapes and especially its democracy. In 2014 alone, there were 12 referendums. Few countries are so direct in their democracy, and with its ‘popular initiatives’, a Swiss citizen has a far greater individual ...

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  • The UK’s Unhealthy Health Minister

    Will McCartney Our country’s health minister is distancing himself from his health workers, and this is a backwards, unhealthy step in the world of medicine. In case you didn’t know, the future for doctors is changing. As of next year, it is proposed that junior doctors are to sign an ...

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  • Putin’s Endgame

    Graham Wilson It comes as no surprise to many that last week President Putin announced that Russia would begin offensive action in Syria in support of his key regional ally, Bashar Assad, under the guise of joining the fight against ISIS. Indeed many are wondering why it has taken Mr ...

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