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Question: What do ‘Locke’, ‘Under the Skin’, ‘Ex Machina’, ‘The Lobster’, ‘Room’, ‘The Witch’, ‘Moonlight’, ‘It Comes At Night’, ‘The Florida Project’, ‘The Disaster Artist’ and ‘Lady Bird’ have in common? Let’s start with the blindingly obvious – they are…

Why the Salisbury Attack is a Cause for Concern

The poisoning of the double agent, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter on 4th March transpired a mere two weeks before Sunday’s Russian presidential elections. To assert that this was coincidental is inaccurate and misinformed. In fact, it is likely that…

LSE Kashmir Dialogue: Structural fault lines affect deliberation attempts

Note: This is an account of the India-Pakistan dialogue on Kashmir which took place on 17th February 2018 in LSE, London. The opinions expressed within this article are my personal opinions. They may not reflect the opinion of my co-panelists.…

Jeremy Corbyn or Theresa May: Who’s Right on Russia?

The poisoning of former intelligence officer Sergei Skripal in the heart of Salisbury has ground UK-Russian diplomatic relations to a halt. The Prime Minister has been steadfast in assigning responsibility to Moscow, and labelled the act as ‘An unlawful use…

Outsourced UoL Workers To Strike

Over 100 outsourced workers have announced plans to strike on 25-26 April at the University of London (UoL) as part of the “Back In-House” Campaign. These strikes, set to be the largest for outsourced workers in the history of UK…

LSE To Launch New Strategy Consultation Survey

LSE Director, Minouche Shafik, along with the School Management Committee (SMC) have announced plans to include student, staff and alumni input into the formation of the new LSE Strategy. The consultation plan will be launched on Friday 23rd March in…

A Response to: ‘Political Correctness has gone too far at LSE’

To make my bias clear, I share the Author’s conviction that a politically correct campus could certainly go too far in terms of stifling opinions that deserve a hearing, even if just to prove them incorrect. But, like other readers…

The Impossible Problem of the LSESU

Last November I wrote an article for The Beaver, “LSE Students’ Union in Free Fall”, in which I raised concerns over the Students’ Union’s high cost to students, lack of transparency and the dire levels of accountability of the Union…

Working Class Diary: LSE Students Share Their Stories

Current students shed light on their experiences of arriving at the LSE from a working class background My class identity has been central to my time at LSE. Backhanded comments, often never said in good faith, are a daily occurance.…

Straight Up Disappointed with AU Pride Night

I am writing this on Thursday the 15th of March, the day after volunteering at AU Pride night in Tuns. I went in hoping, maybe this year, we would actually see bonding between members of the Pride Alliance and members…