• Nott-Experts – Ep.1: Current Affairs

    Coronavirus, Brexit and Caucuses. Kit Sinclair and Gareth Holmes break down the three big news stories of the week in the first episode of Nott-Experts. Please note, the Impact office is on C floor of the Portland building, not B floor as the hosts say.  Kit Sinclair and Gareth...
  • The State of Politics Today with Annunziata Rees-Mogg

    Back for the second time this term, Annunziata Rees-Mogg came to the University of Nottingham to give her view and answer questions on the state of politics today. Opening her speech, Rees-Mogg chose one word to sum up the current political climate… Change. That society and people’s political opinions...
  • Brexiteer Found Guilty of Harassing Anna Soubry

    In an already greatly divisive political environment, Amy Dalla Mura, a radical Brexit activist has been charged on one count of harassment against Anna Soubry between January and March of this year. Among the events that Amy Mura interrupted, on the 23rdJanuary she shouted over Soubry at an event...
  • Enough is Enough

    The British political landscape, a once august and respected vista now resembles a drunken punch up at a wedding no one wanted to attend. A brawl being watched by 65 million people who frankly have no idea what is going on nor how the whole thing started and no...
  • You can’t Not(ts) Vote

    The 12th December 2019 is set to be the first December general election in 96 years and whilst some are enthused by their newly found power to elect MPs, many students are overwhelmed by the prospect of not knowing who to vote for and if whoever they choose will actually...
  • Is Twitter a Force for Good or Evil?

    From 2006, Twitter has been a platform for anyone and everyone to voice their opinion. With 330 million users daily, it is one of the most used apps globally. Its infamous use of the hashtag brings the public together, although sometimes also dividing, on world events. Ranging from the...
  • How Brexit May Affect Studying Abroad

    The word ‘Brexit’ has become synonymous with uncertainty and fear – particularly over what will occur when Britain finally exits out of the EU on 31st January 2020, providing we have an agreement negotiated. Seven months have passed since the original leaving date of 29 March 2019 and up...