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I’m an MP… get me out of here!

This is not a drill! I repeat, this is not a drill! It’s official – Matt Hancock is on I’m a Celeb. I’m sure everyone was excited for the return of Ant & Dec and their regular on-screen shenanigans. We all certainly enjoyed the most recent series of I’m a Celeb and their regular digs […]

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Themed club nights – class or cringe?

We have officially entered a new academic year at university; the freshers have descended on the nightlife scene, nightclubs have become a claustrophobic living hell, and the streets are littered with lost items of the previous night, such as scrunchies, lost phones, student IDs and shoes. I confess, I do not go to clubs that […]

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Strikers, Assemble!

That’s right, it’s back! After a long-anticipated wait, it’s time for the Edinburgh Uni Strikes Round 2! After extensive deliberations, no decision has yet been made, so there will be more strikes in February. Whilst approaching the famously stress-free period of mid-term assessments, these strikes are a welcome interruption from all the late-night study sessions […]

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50 shades of Sue Gray

Now Sue Gray has released her findings it is clear to even the most ignorant of Cabinet Ministers that the government has been dancing the Macarena and Cha Cha Slide a few too many times to be considered ‘responsible’. And whilst the Tories were recreating their junior school discos behind the walls of 10 Downing […]

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Re-freshed! A tale of woe

After such a festive and joyous few weeks, as the cold Scottish winter comes into full force, feelings of hope and positivity for the New Year surround us –  we’re excited to return to Uni, see our friends again, and with resolutions that we’ll never keep, bouncing around our heads.  I shared this attitude of […]

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Dominic “feminists are among the most obnoxious bigots” Raab: hero of women?

In light of the multitude of spiking and injecting cases across the country, we must consider the vast extent of misogyny that still persists despite the apparent progress we have made over the last century. Yet a key question is raised – why do we care about women? Should misogyny really be a hate crime? […]