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The Greens need students and students need the Greens

Young people and students have consistently been marginalised within Westminster politics. As of 2023, 55% of young adults (18-24) in the UK say that the UK democracy doesn’t serve them…

The rebellion of the red lip 

When I was young, I would watch my mother getting ready in the mornings. I would sit on the side of the tub in her bathroom swinging my legs and…

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…

O’Neill faces storm as Stormont sits again

730 days is extraordinary amount of time for a nation to be without leadership, to be left adrift. Northern Ireland often feels like a Westminster afterthought, the puzzle that Prime…

Currency and Consciousness: Why escalating tensions in the Balkans could have significant ramifications for the Liberal World Order

The UN Rambouillet Agreement, which ended the 1998-9 Kosovo War, was a widely celebrated achievement of the liberal international order. Bill Clinton and Tony Blair propounded a cheery optimism, hailing…

Is Starmer’s Labour its own greatest threat?

The recent news that former MSP Kezia Dugdale, Scottish Labour leader between 2015 and 2017, voted for the SNP in the 2019 European Parliament elections, is yet another moment in…

Labour needs more women

Labour has long been dominated by men, a history that Harriet Harman has extensively critiqued. Despite being the party of the left, Labour has been beaten to the post by…

Lord Frost’s calls for a rightwards shift are ill-informed

YouGov have recently published a poll, funded by the Conservative Britain Alliance, which indicates that the Conservative Party would do poorly in an upcoming general election. The poll also suggests…