Why the 2020’s could be the “Millennial Moment”

History, and especially political history, can be a funny thing. We Brits particularly like to believe that our politics is not prone to the...

Making London Reach Out to Community

The selection for the Conservative party's London Mayor candidate is now underway. Some of the candidates maybe interested in dealing with a reorganising of...

Concerning Nations: A Defence of Nationalism – Part Two

A reluctant defence of nationalism I mentioned that feeling close to those we have a lot in common is natural, but to try to justify...

Concerning Nations: What is Nationalism – Part One

To many in the so-called progressive left ‘nationalism’ is a sort of bogeyman, associated with fascism, violence, and the contemporary surge in populism. Yet,...

Llyn Bochlwydd: Not for the English!

Welsh is a language that isn't widely spoken throughout the world, and a majority of Welsh people can barely have a simple conversation in...

Why the Government must back Safe Standing

If you're a football fan, you'll know that safe standing at games is a hot topic, and has been for quite some time. If...

Civil protests; A waste of time or a force for change?

In the last several years alone, we have seen a staggering volume of demonstrations, protests, and riots in response to the turbulent social and political climate. To name a few, the 2013 Gezi Park protests in Turkey, the Ferguson riots of 2014-15 and the ensuing Black Lives Matter movement, Poland’s strike for reproductive rights in 2016, the internationally observed Women’s March in January last year and most recently the March for Our Lives in Washington DC for more stringent gun control which dominated world news.

Drugs at Festivals: “Just say no” doesn’t work

If you've been to a festival, you'll undoubtedly have seen either drugs or drug-taking. No matter how tight the security at a venue claims...

Commonwealth Games: Social Objective Mission

The Commonwealth has a multisport event that can gather it's member nations together to show off their best abilities in a shared common culture....

Why Ireland Must Repeal The Eighth Amendment

Today, Irish citizens will go to the polling booths to vote on repealing or keeping the Eighth amendment. The Eighth amendment gives unborn foetuses...

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