• Controversy over Matt Hancock’s appearance on ‘I’m A Celeb’

    Matt Hancock, the former health secretary, has left Westminster for a television stunt. Mr Hancock is appearing on this year’s ‘I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!’. Maya Moretta reports....
  • We Have Yet Another Prime Minister: Can Rishi Sunak Succeed?

    After weeks of economic turbulence as a result of the disastrous mini-budget announced by then Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, Liz Truss resigned as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party on Thursday 20th October. In a rapid leadership contest, lasting less than a week, Rishi Sunak received the MP...
  • “Deliver, Deliver And Deliver”- Can We Trust In Truss?

    There is no doubt that Liz Truss faces what has been described as the ‘in-tray from hell’, with the cost-of-living crisis, rising energy bills and the strain on the NHS, to name a few issues. Will she be up to the task? How long can the Conservatives last in...
  • Evaluating The Remaining Conservative Leadership Candidates

    On the 7th of July Boris Johnson resigned. Conservative MPs are currently selecting their next leader. There were eleven, now there are three. They will be whittled down to two by MPs and be put to the membership. Felix Hawes talks us through what Conservative MPs and members may...
  • Nottingham’s General Election Candidates

    News reporter Simeon Lee reports on the candidates standing in seats that Nottingham students reside in.  If you are registered to vote in Nottingham but are unsure of which constituency you live in, simply visit this website and enter your Nottingham postcode: https://members.parliament.uk/constituencies/. Broxtowe Anna Soubry, The Independent Group...
  • 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...
  • Annunziata Rees-Mogg on Sovereignty and the Brexit Party

    Last Friday, as part of their weekly political talks, the University Of Nottingham invited Annunziata Rees-Mogg (Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sister) to reveal why she left the Conservative Party in 2019 and in turn joined the Brexit party. As of 2019, Annunziata is a member of the European Parliament (MEP), and...