• Theresa May is definitely a robot

    Only two days after the Conservative’s Annual Party conference, the new Blade Runner film (set in a dystopia populated by human-like robots) was released. Shockingly appropriate, it seems, as our country’s most prominent robot attempted to punch the right keys with the general public in a well written, empty...
  • Theresa May: An Alternative Review

    Repeatedly called out for her lack of personality, her “cold-fish” and “control freak” tendencies, Theresa May is rapidly becoming yet another infamous figure of British politics. There is however a dislike for our PM now that is characteristically different, and perhaps even stronger, in comparison to the dislike felt...
  • “Part of creating a fairer society”: The Conservatives Interview

    In the lead-up to the General Election 2017, Impact Magazine sat down with representatives from the four political societies at the University of Nottingham: The Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats and the Greens. From the Nottingham University Conservatives, we spoke to Sam Hamilton. The Conservatives were a part of the coalition...
  • Jack Taylor: “Theresa May is deluded about Grammar Schools”

    Theresa May has gone to the country asking for a mandate. With Brexit dominating debate, she has argued that a stronger Tory government will offer stability in negotiations with Europe. But it’s easy to forget that there are other issues which the government must be held accountable for. May’s...
  • IMPACT EXCLUSIVE: An Interview with Lilian Greenwood MP

    Local MP Lilian Greenwood: “Brexit is having a chilling effect on our universities”. Having resigned from being Shadow Secretary of State for Transport after the EU referendum result, Lilian Greenwood is under no illusions of the problems facing not only Labour, but the UK as a whole. For her...
  • Alex Moore: “This is a time for optimism, not just for Tory members, but for the country as a whole”

    No sooner has the result of the EU referendum just about sunk in, we now have a new Prime Minister, after initially being told we would have to wait until September to settle on David Cameron’s successor. And the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, wasn’t keen on hanging around....
  • Theresa May: Nationalism’s New Hero

    This week Tommy Robinson, former leader of the Community Service stampede that is the English Defence League, is to speak at the Durham Union. This is a serious departure for a man who changed his name from Stephen Lennon, presumably because it didn’t sound racist enough. With the EDL...