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Why Action on climate change could be the key to reinvigorating the movement to eradicate poverty

The end of the 20th-century was a time of significant global change. Following the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989 and the subsequent collapse of the USSR, the stark…

Why David Cameron’s appointment shows a need for constitutional reform

November the 13th brought a shocking Love Island-esque announcement from the Government as the Conservative twitter page tweeted “He’s back.” Which new bombshell would be entering Downing Street? Well the…

Economic sanctions are immoral and ineffective

Recent events in Ukraine and Gaza have raised debates over the role of countries, in particular the ‘Great Powers,’ in conflicts around the world and what they can do to…

The negative repercussions of ‘The Rest is Politics’ on political discourse

“The Rest is Politics” is a podcast that perfectly personifies the shift in consumption of news and media that has occurred over the last couple decades. At least twice a…

Who gets the royalties if an artist is dead?

Royalties are paid to artists when their music deemed their intellectual property is played on radio, television at concerts, bars or even through streaming sites such as Spotify and Apple…

It should be compulsory to vote

Elections in the UK and around the world have a serious issue of disengagement and low turnouts. Turnouts to General Elections in the UK rarely ever go above 70 per…

A vote for smaller parties is not a wasted vote

At the next general election in January 2025, due to our first past-the-post electoral system, British voters will essentially have the choice between two parties that can control Westminster: the…