• Nadhim Zahawi sacked after breaking ministerial code over tax affairs

    Nadhim Zahawi, the now former Chair of the Conservative Party, failed to disclose HMRC’s investigation into his tax affairs. As a result, Rishi Sunak sacked him from his Cabinet position on Sunday. Impact’s Hannah Walton-Hughes reports....
  • Closet Politics: The Ethics Of Queerbaiting

    On the 31st of October 2022, actor Kit Connor tweeted: “I’m bi. congrats for forcing an 18 year old to out himself. i think some of you missed the point of the show.” Caitlin Kelly examines what happened, and what could bring someone to release a statement like this....
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    Dahmer: Educational Or Immoral?

    Have you heard about the latest Netflix show? Yeah, Dahmer. What’s it about? Oh, it’s a story about a serial killer who committed the most heinous and unspeakable crimes against seventeen men and boys. Holly Philpott asks, how could Netflix come up with something so evil? ...
  • It’s Time To Rethink The Ethics Of Reality TV

    Urmi Pandit Channel 4’s documentary Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime analysed the consequences of one of the UK’s most popular reality TV shows – most recently, the suicide of Steve Dymond in May 2019. When a guest takes their life just a week after filming, for a show...
  • Black Friday And Boxing Day Bargains: At What Cost?

    Rose Hitchens Summer sales, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day – every year the consumer calendar provides us with a slew of sales that promise us amazing, unmissable, better-than-ever bargains – but at what cost? Rose Hitchens looks into whether it is possible to partake in these sales ethically.  For...
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    A New Hope For Kidney Transplants

    Abbie Rodger's explains the exciting breakthroughs in organ donation from other animals, namely pigs, to humans, as well as some of the ethical concerns involving this....
  • “Paying Respects”: the Ethics of Grief Tourism

    Controversy arose in 2017 when a coach of tourists stopped to take selfies in front of Grenfell Tower’s skeleton, provoking local residents to urge people not take photos out of respect for victims and grieving families. The visitation of such places associated with death and tragedy has recently been...