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The ideological future of the Labour leadership after Corbyn

After the Labour Party faced its worst electoral defeat in 84 years on the 12th of December, Jeremy Corbyn finally conceded to calls for his resignation. It is no secret that ideological warfare has been entrenched within the Labour Party…

The impact of online campaigns

It is only in recent years that online campaigns have begun to be taken seriously as a campaigning tactic for political parties. Previously, politicians stuck to their conventional methods of door-to-door canvassing, posted leaflets, face-to-face reasoning, and large media campaigns…

What to make of Ellen DeGeneres’ friendship with George Bush

(A still from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSZtjol7mJA ) After being pictured with the former President at a Dallas Cowboys game on October 7th, Ellen DeGeneres has had to defend the unexpected friendship between herself and the 43rd President of the United States. DeGeneres…

Grenfell: Two Years On

“The tragedy provides a once-in-a-generation opportunity to fix the country’s failing social fabric, through changes to democracy, welfare, and housing policy.”

Baghdad to Manchester: Coming to the UK as an Iraqi refugee

In honour of Refugee Week 2019. A written piece to commemorate a journey and internal struggle often experienced by thousands.

First-year survival guide

Around a year ago, I was anxiously searching the internet for positive affirmations and reassurances about university. I was moving to a completely new city, all by myself, and wasn’t really sure what to expect. The number of resources out…