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Brexit Hits Home

As a South Korean student, Brexit really has nothing to do with me. I still had to stand in a massive queue to get my Tier 4 student visa and sort through complicated documentation to prove that yes, I actually do have an international guarantor and I won’t be scamming any landlord of their rent. […]

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Tequila shots and pricey pints – the cost of a night out in Edinburgh

The start of a new academic year has seen thousands of students descending on Edinburgh’s clubs for the first time in over twelve months.  Despite relief at the restoration of what to many students is a central aspect of uni life, for many the experience of clubbing again has brought with it an unwelcome reminder […]

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Brexit fatigue is real, but that is no reason to pass this awful deal

Another day, another Brexit headline. Everything you’re about to read is accurate today but likely won’t be tomorrow, and certainly wasn’t yesterday. This time last year Theresa May was Prime Minister and the United Kingdom was supposed to leave the EU on 29 March, and 12 April and 30 June and now 31 October. See […]