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

History, and especially political history, can be a funny thing. We Brits particularly like to...

Britain’s Prison Crisis: Reform is the answer

With an NHS in crisis and teachers having to buy school supplies from their own...

Is Macron moving France forward?

Emmanuel Macron, since being elected French President in 2017, has had several aims to move...

Statutory right to ‘keep’ pets for housing tenants?

A 'petty' proposal? Responding to the Labour party's proposal to give tenants a legal right to...

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...

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...

Mental Health Crisis: PIP Disgust

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

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...

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...

The Sugar Tax Scam

The nanny state is a term often coined to refer to a government or policies...

Solving London’s knife crime epidemic

Barely a day has gone by, in recent weeks, without another tragic case of a...

A Justice System on its knees

After reports emerged last week that the poorest in society are being ‘priced out’ of Legal...

Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

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

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.

Let’s bring back some common sense not Britannia

Since the EU Referendum several Brexiteer Tory MPs, including some of Secretaries of State, have...

Playing on Words to Fit the Agenda

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

Let’s lower the age of voting

If our country upholds democracy as one of its British values, when it comes to...

Jacob Rees-Mogg is right

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

A New Deal For Young Workers?

According to multiple reports in the last few weeks, Phillip Hammond has abandoned his plans...

Buzzwords

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

The Art and Science of Press Standards

Freedom of the Press: What's the Point? Democracy is the best possible form of governance by...

Polling Behind Bars

Prisoners who have committed minor offences should not be denied the right to vote despite...

Bottom-Heavy Education: The Campus Class-Conflict

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

Living for the Weekend

Although it is a place of healing, there could not be a bloodier political battleground...

Laura Pidcock: The Rising Stars of Hatred

A rising star. There was a time when this slogan of praise was reserved for...

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...

London has Grown Too Big for its Boundaries

In July 2017 the London Borough of Havering called off a vote to make Havering...

De-Gendering Children? Leave Them Alone

“What man has joined, nature is powerless to put asunder” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Huxley’s...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a...

What can the UK learn from the ‘Venezuelan experiment’?

Venezuela isn't exactly news. Ever since 2012, hyperinflation has made the country a go-to for...

The BBC’s Impartiality Suppresses Youth Ideology

Just What do Young People Want? 72% of 18-24 year olds voted to remain in the...

Raheem Kassam v.s. Another Angry Voice

So it seems Labour have decided they are going to really kick up a stink...

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

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

Acceptance of Amazing Abilities

The Florentine philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli once said something that defines modern aid and the actions...

Cull Soulless Jobcentres

The good news has come that unemployment has now dropped by 31'000 to 1.58 million...

How Labour Will Win in 2020

I tend towards the free market way of thinking as I believe that in a...

Corporation Giants Suppress Localism

In my hometown of Hornchurch in Essex there is a building of great nostalgia to the...

Haven’t Heard Of Sesame Credit? You Need To.

Firstly, let me assure the reader that I will vow not to subject you to...

Homelessness: A UK public health issue?

In the title of this article I ask ‘is homelessness a UK public health issue?’...

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...

Why Cannabis should be legal in the UK

The legalisation of cannabis has been the subject of many debates in recent years. With...

May vs. Corbyn: The Jewish Vote

Since 30th June of this year, when Theresa May announced her candidacy for leader of...

Hate Crime Rises in UK Post Brexit Result?

The UK Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has announced that the way the Police deal with...