The Plastic Plague – Are We Managing It?

The accumulation of plastic in the ocean has been at its highest rate in history, causing uproar in the global media. In this article,...
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How Good Of A Gage Do Local Elections Results Offer?

On Thursday 3rd May local elections will take place across England as the public go to the polls to elect their local councillors. It is...

Solving London’s knife crime epidemic

Barely a day has gone by, in recent weeks, without another tragic case of a young person being killed on the streets of London....

Let’s lower the age of voting

If our country upholds democracy as one of its British values, when it comes to voting, why are we excluding our future generations and...

Fund NI Youth Services to end generations of Political Gridlock

The Northern Ireland Youth Parliament is in crisis. That’s right, history is repeating itself. So, while Stormont doesn’t look like it will make a...

Dyson’s Freedom of Creativity and Practicality

British engineer and inventor Sir James Dyson spoke recently about how optimistic he was for Brexit Britain. In an interview he said that Britain...

The Art and Science of Press Standards

Freedom of the Press: What's the Point? Democracy is the best possible form of governance by virtue that ‘we the people’ know our best interests....

Polling Behind Bars

Prisoners who have committed minor offences should not be denied the right to vote despite doing wrong. Shouldn’t we look past their mistakes, for...

Bottom-Heavy Education: The Campus Class-Conflict

University is a pivotal point in every student's life. It is the point that you are finally given independence and recognition as an adult;...

Job Snobbery and Class Acceptance

This week we have seen two stories come to light. First was the reading of the bill in Parliament for the reduction of EU...

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