• Mash Talk Episode 1

    Tom Bennett, Max Skene and Sahil Sharma Join Tom, Max and Sahil for the inaugural episode of Mash Talk on Impact Podcasts! This week, the guys chat finance, superstitions, cults and current events. Please be aware that this podcast contains brief discussions of suicide cults. Tom Bennett, Max Skene...
  • Is Brexit tailored for the fashion industry?

    It is 2019 and February has been and gone in style. World Fashion Week kicked off in New York and took its pit-stop tour across European powerhouses Milan, Paris, and our own home turf, London. Year by year, the event drips with cash, fame, and impractical clothing, and is guaranteed to...
  • Erasmus +: Opportunities you didn’t know you had

    In the UK we have a tendency to associate ‘Erasmus’ solely with courses that offer a year abroad and as an ambiguously-defined institution that awards language students free money to galavant around Europe. In reality, it is much more than this and is in fact a very serious scheme...
  • A Lille Worried About Studying Abroad

    Language students spent years of their teenage existence dreaming of life abroad, the independence it entails and the opportunity to plunge themselves into the unknown. So much so, in fact, that I refuse to believe a compulsory year abroad was not their top motivation for opting to study francophone...
  • Harry and Meghan: are the royal family worth the hype?

    With people around the world rushing to congratulate Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle on their recent engagement, it is clear to see the public interest in both their upcoming nuptials and the British royal family itself. The announcement, however, generates many questions. So are the royal family...
  • What does the Budget actually mean for us?

    In June’s general election only 21% of 18 to 29-year olds voted Conservative, compared to 64% supporting Labour. It’s no surprise that Hammond’s Wednesday Budget attempted to appeal to a younger audience, abolishing the stamp duty for first-time buyers. But how will the Budget actually affect us? Whilst the...
  • An Evening with George Osborne

    Last Thursday, I got the train down to London with a mate to attend a Spectator event in at Cadogan Hall in Belgravia. At the event, Andrew Neil quizzed George Osborne about the build up to the financial crisis of 2007/08 and its legacy, as well as the role...