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Exit From Brexit and Save Britain

In human nature, it is a basic human prerogative to change one's mind therefore in...

Tribalism is an everyone problem

Tribalism is rife in our political system. Headlines brandish politicians as traitors, MPs receive death...

Who should have the right to vote?

Who should have the right to vote? Everybody, in my opinion, should have the right to...

BSL at the despatch box!

On 3rd July 2018, history was made. Thankfully not the usual kind of what-on-earth-is-going-on history. Penny...

As Britain Retreats into the Past, Ireland Steps into the Future

Ireland's social conservatism was first brought to international attention during the 2015 same-sex marriage referendum....

Mental Health Crisis: PIP Disgust

We are a society We all have different views on welfare. However, for our sick and...

Why Ireland Must Repeal The Eighth Amendment

Today, Irish citizens will go to the polling booths to vote on repealing or keeping...

The Negative Externalities of “Dark Humour”

Free speech has been frequently covered in the recent news, with the election campaign of...

Journalism must smash the class ceiling

Diversity in the mass media has become one of the biggest talking points of recent...

Modern Slavery: America’s Dirty Secret

"Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains". - Jean-Jacques Rousseau. We often like...

Labour is not the only party with a racism problem

In the last few months, allegations of racism and discrimination within British politics have been...

Theresa May and Windrush: Too little, too late

One of the lasting legacies of Theresa May’s six-year tenure as Home Secretary has been...

Labour’s All-Women Shortlists Are Damaging The Party

British politics has long been dominated by white, middle/upper class men who went to private...

Against Christian Pacifism

Recently, a memory of when some soldiers visited our school has haunted me. It was...

The Confusion of Free Speech

Freedom of speech is defined by the Oxford dictionary as the 'power or right to...

Cardinal Keith O’Brien: A symbol of good and bad Scottish Catholicism

The last time I met Cardinal Keith O’Brien, I was only 9 years old. He...

Stop weaponising Anti-Semitism.

We can all agree that Anti-Semitism, just like any other form of discrimination, has no...

The curious case of the radicalised pug

I want to tell you a joke. There was once a man, called Mark Meechan, whose...

Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

Charity has become a dirty word, as revelations from Oxfam on the sex for aid...

War! What is it good for? Growth.

North Korea on the Brink of Peace It is difficult to know for sure what happens...

Virgin not selling the Daily Mail: Market Forces Dictate

Those who are arguing this is censorship cannot get their head around the concept that you can reject something you disagree with. To paraphrase Jane Fae, there is a difference between the right to speak and the obligation to listen.

Playing on Words to Fit the Agenda

In these recent times there has been prejudice from the mainstream political spectrum. The Labour...

Opinion: ‘black-washing’ in Marvel’s Thor Ragnarök

Comic book movies, love them or hate them, are the current champions of Hollywood. As...

Jacob Rees-Mogg is right

The media hates us Ever since Jacob Rees-Mogg became a prominent figure in British politics, the...

Buzzwords

Bigotry Buzzwords are not recent phenomena. Ever since I got into politics I have been surrounded...

Bottom-Heavy Education: The Campus Class-Conflict

University is a pivotal point in every student's life. It is the point that you...

Women-only carriages: a step backwards

Women only carriages are not the answer to fighting sexual harassment and sexual assault. Policy must get real about the addressing these issues.

Free Speech and Online Abuse: Why the Uproar?

Writing in the Guardian, Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders announced that the Crown Prosecution...

A Conservative Puzzle that fits the Autism Community

There is a new approach to embracing autism from the autistic conservative. I have written...

The Hidden Role Models Against Inequality

Fairness is often overthrown by money, possessions and social class. Individuals are not being treated...

Explained: The First Female Supreme Court President

Since 2012 Lord Neuberger has served as the President of the UK Supreme Court, until...

Opinion: Is a full veil ban progressive?

Last week it was ruled by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) that Belgium's...

UNCRC: Scotland’s Shame?

Civil, economic, social and cultural rights of children. The United Nations Convention on the Rights...

Does racism exist in the gay male community?

"Looking for white top to join us for fun". "Daddy bear looking for Asian Cubs...

The Intolerant Compass

“The intolerant left” is a common term used when looking at AntiFa, various violent anti-Trump...

Britain’s LGBT legacy in the Commonwealth

In marking London Pride I wanted to reflect on Britain’s LGBT legacy. In the space of...

Ban Tories? Forget About Pride

In protest of the Tory-DUP coalition deal, a change.org petition emerged. The petition calls for...

Pride and Segregation: Adding Stripes Is Divisive

Background Pride within the LGBT+ community has always been an inclusive celebration of sexual and gender...

There’s nothing ‘liberal’ about Farron’s resignation

There are many legitimate reasons why Tim Farron should have resigned as Leader of the...

Green Party Progression: An insider’s view

With the unprecedented occurrences in global politics, the Green Party has been quietly undergoing its...

The rise of the right

The results from Germany's recent state election showed a dramatic rise in the vote share...

Black Lives Matter Bring Their Brand of Terrorism To The UK

The Met Police was called to London City Airport at around 5:30am after protesters managed...

Why anti-Zionism is Anti-Semitism in Disguise

The single most used excuse when debating Israel. “I’m not an anti-Semite, I’m just an...

Autism on the Right and Conservative

With this story I am going to tell you something about my beliefs that may...

Dear France: By All Means Ban the Burqa, But Celebrate the Burkini

When Maximilien Robespierre - 18th century France's answer to Jeremy Corbyn - first coined the...

Environmental Policy: Gambling with our children’s future

In my political involvement I have met many politicians, many were high ranking. I can...

May and the future of women’s rights

May's mixed record on women's rights has sparked the future of this issue under our...

Disabled Rights: More Needs To Be Done

Every 4 years we as a society generate the same rhetoric without fail. 'Did you...

Life Goals: A Plastic Chair At The Roadside

With the spotlight on Rio for another world sporting event, it is time once more...

What Does ‘Black Lives Matter’ Want In The UK?

When it first started in America, Black Lives Matter had the potential to be a...