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Court rules in favour of UK government veto on Gender Recognition Reform Bill

The UK Government’s decision to block the Gender Recognition Reform Bill in Scotland has been ruled as lawful on 8 December by the Court of Session – Scotland’s highest civil…

Australia still has a long way to go in order to recognise the importance of Indigenous communities

Indigenous communities across Australia faced a difficult blow on 14 October, with millions across the country voting to reject an amendment to the country’s constitution that would establish an Indigenous…

Are drug consumption rooms a positive measure?

A new pilot project has been given the green light to allow a supervised drug consumption room to open in Glasgow city centre. The project plans to provide heroin users…

Scottish Independence for Dummies (and Americans)

Scottish independence is like marmite: you either love it or you hate it. For decades, Scottish people and their politicians have rallied around the call for autonomous statehood. But in…

What can we learn from Nadhim Zahawi’s tax evasion scandal?

Nadhim Zahawi has recently been sacked as Tory chairman following his failure to declare HMRC investigation into his tax affairs, which breached ministerial code. He also failed to declare he…

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…

Warm banks: the cold heart of the energy crisis

Reading the news in recent weeks has felt for many to be more like reading daily updates on a children’s playgroup than reporting on the political elite. However, whilst this…

Liz Truss resigns as Conservative Party leader

Liz Truss has resigned as Prime Minister. Speaking outside 10 Downing Street just past 13:30 this afternoon, Truss said “I cannot deliver the mandate on which I was elected by…