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Sex education in Scotland needs improvement

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is out to end Scottish educational inequality. She has proposed compulsory qualifications for head teachers, instated a commission aiming to widen access to higher education, and…

James Blunt is a beneficiary of immense privilege

“Classist gimp”, and “prejudiced wazzock”. Such are the insults levelled by James Blunt at MP Chris Bryant, for daring to suggest that the entertainment industry is disproportionately dominated by people…

James Blunt is a beneficiary of immense privilege

‘Classist gimp’, and ‘prejudiced wazzock’. Such are the insults levelled by James Blunt at MP Chris Bryant, for daring to suggest that the entertainment industry is disproportionately dominated by people…

Replacing the archaic House of Lords with an elected senate is necessary

The violent revolutions and military upheavals which have forged the modern constitutions of many of our European neighbours are things which Britain as a nation is extremely fortunate not to…

The Tower of London poppies are a meaningful and appropriate memorial

888,246 is the number ceramic poppies filling the moat of the Tower of London in a new Remembrance Day art exhibition; Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red contains a…

UK should worry about obesity, not Ebola

It’s deadly, it’s on the rise, and we’re all at risk. I’m talking about a health crisis that’s posing a much greater threat to the UK than Ebola: obesity. That…

Racism and public protest at The Barbican

Exhibit B: a satirical human zoo featuring caged, chained and mutilated actors in scenes of silent and unmoving degradation. Intended to draw attention to black oppression, this art installation of…

Grassroots action can tackle climate change

Climate change. We all know the risks of doing nothing, and yet we are all guilty of doing too little. After all, having heard the global warming story a thousand…