• Why High Speed Two Isn’t the Way Forward for the North

    While the government is pushing full steam ahead with its development of high speed two rail, creating a so called ‘northern power house’ there is clear evidence to see that high speed two would have irrevocable damage on the North, rather than the aim of improving the north’s economy....
  • Nott-Experts- Ep. 3: Current Affairs

    This week, our Nott-Experts Kit and Gareth break down the top news stories; High Speed Two, the issues of deportation and the cabinet re-shuffle.  Kit Sinclair and Gareth Holmes Featured image courtesy of Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For more podcast content, as well as uni news, reviews,...
  • Take it from a Londoner, Corbyn is right about de-centralisation

    Last week, Jeremy Corbyn, speaking at the EEF Manufacturers’ Organisation, announced that he would curb London’s power if he ever became Prime Minister. This shouldn’t come as a shock. A “fundamental shift” in the country’s economic policy has always been one of Corbyn’s most appealing promises, but a move...
  • UoN Students Face Potential Disruption if HS2 Rail Link Approved

    Campaigners against the controversial government plans to build a new high speed rail link between London and the West Midlands have warned that services used by UoN students could become worse if it goes ahead. “Students in Nottingham will suffer from service cuts with London-bound travellers facing longer journey times” according to...