“Everyone loves you. Become a party politician and everyone will hate you”

A review of I’m Not Running Considering the current political climate of the past few weeks (or months? Years?), it seems strange to go to a theatre to indulge in political drama. However, David Hare’s new play I’m Not Running, provides entertainment…

Societies Report Abundance Of Fresh Meat

The beginning of the 2018/19 academic session has seen a new influx of undergraduate and graduate freshers, with many societies reporting an significant increase in the number of students attending ‘Give It A Go’ or introductory sessions. The Beaver News…

Can We Find A Positive Yet Realistic Vision For Post-Brexit Britain?
Whether it’s “Brexit means Brexit” or a “Global Britain”, the UK Government and to a lesser extent the Opposition have tried to come up with some kind of vision for a post-Brexit Britain. To put it lightly, many feel that…
Labour pledges land reforms in a bid to recreate ‘municipal socialism’

In a speech to Labour party councillors on the 3rd of February, Jeremy Corbyn set out his plans to challenge the status quo of how houses are built in this country. At the heart of Labour’s plans are changes to…

LSE Labour’s response to ‘The poverty of labels’

I would like to start this article by thanking the author for his brave but misguided article. As a community it is imperative that we encourage and facilitate the communication of these opinions regardless of how hurtful and misinformed they…

LSE Societies Refuse To Organise For Women’s March

On the 21st of January, the anniversary of Trump’s first day as US President, thousands convened on Richmond Terrace near Downing Street in London to protest “gender-based violence, sexual harassment and abuse”. In attendance at were speakers such as Helen…

Perpetuating Inequality: A Catch-22

Occasionally, a piece of art permeates the public consciousness so deeply as to leave a lasting impression. Mostly, this happens in the form of an oft-quoted phrase: Hamlet’s “to be or not to be” or As You Like It’s “all…

Gina Miller: “Social Media Is Ghettoising Minds”

In an exclusive interview with The Beaver, businesswoman and activist Gina Miller talks social media, EU reform and Jeremy Corbyn Two years ago, Gina Miller’s name was unheard of in the political sphere. It was only last year, following the…

Corbyn Blamed as Labour Loses Crucial Copeland Byelection to the Tories

By Oliver Wheeler The Labour Party and Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership took a big hit on Thursday when Labour lost Copeland constituency in Cumbria, a seat the party has held since its creation 85 years ago, to the Conservatives: the first…

This Week’s By-Elections: What you need to know

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