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Rise of the right in upcoming European elections

All polls point to a ground-breaking result in the European Parliament elections this June. Interest levels amongst voters are already showing signs of being significantly higher than previously and the…

Eternal students: would the UK benefit from having a more relaxed higher education system?

After a day of study, Lars comes home and parks his bike next to his house. His waft of old coffee and the rough stubble around his chin suggest he…

Starmer’s bid against Brexit

Picture this: It is 2016 and there is a man making lofty declarations about ‘Brexit’ to a room of what might as well be men that look just like him.…

Taking A Year Abroad – From Possibility To Privilege

The Erasmus+ programme has provided hundreds of thousands of European students with the opportunity to study abroad since 1987. But is this opportunity going to soon cease to exist for…

Italian Elections: The Far Right Take Victory

On September 25, Italian far-right leader Giorgia Meloni led her Brothers of Italy party to victory in the country’s parliament. She won an absolute majority in both the upper and…

Far from Right: The Rise of Women on the Right

It is a truth universally acknowledged (by all but the French) that Italians are never not fashionable. And it’s a truth so universal, in fact, that it seems they’re even…

A Different First Lady

This article was originally uploaded on the 21st March War is an inherently masculine concept. It embodies all the tropes and values that traditional masculinity promotes. War values violence, egos,…

Portugal’s vaccination rate puts the rest of the west to shame

As of the 29th of September, 85.2% of the Portuguese population was fully vaccinated against COVID-19. They have pushed well above the EU average of 62.7%, and Portugal now has…