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A Plea for Less Censorship

If you ever want to feel good about the world, go to The Guardian and search for their cartoons section. From Edith Pritchett’s Venn diagrams to some quite hilarious political…

The Metropolitan Police: institutionally flawed and protecting rapists?

Serial rapist and former Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick has been sentenced to 36 life terms, for the crimes he committed against dozens of women. The Guardian has deemed David…

A response to the Guardian Newspaper publication entitled ‘If China valued free speech, there would be no coronavirus’

The Coronavirus, named COVID-19, is a new virus and previously unknown strain of influenza. At present, 85,000 cases have been confirmed in 60 countries. 2,900 deaths have been attributed to…

Friends is still popular, but is it still progressive?

Content warning: references to rape and transphobia More than 25 years after its first episode aired, Friends is among the few television series where its sustained popularity demonstrates just how…

Is it Time to Leave the Party?

We’re in the middle of conference season right now, and following the ever-so-slightly controversial resolutions passed at the Labour and Liberal Democrat gatherings, there is perhaps weight to the idea…

Breaking News: What’s happening to modern journalism?

We are, for the first time in modern history, facing the prospect of how societies would exist without reliable news,” Alan Rusbridger writes in Breaking News. He is, of course,…

League tables are inappropriate for the complexity of choosing a university

Each year millions of university hopefuls are plagued with the same question: which university will be the best fit for their character, calibre, and aspirations? The majority will scour the…

Ignoring Russian voices is an obstacle to peace in Syria

Although much satirised and reviled, The Guardian’s Opinion section last week trumped itself by gaining the curious accolade of playing host to a defence of war. The publication’s decision to…