• “You can’t comb over racism”: Nottingham Rallies Against Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’

    Protesters gathered on King Street last night (30th Jan) to take a stand against Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ executive order. The legislation has been described as a ‘Muslim ban’ as it involves suspending people from Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Iran and Yemen, all of which are devout Islamic...
  • Jack Taylor: “Our Nation is Divided”

    If the referendum result has shown us one thing, it is that our nation is divided. There is no doubt that the referendum has thrown up some serious questions for our country as a whole to deal with. But it has also brought into contention the issues and the...
  • Should We Stay Or Should We Go?

    With the EU referendum set for June 23rd, the In and Out (Brexit) campaigns are working overtime to convince the British public to vote their way. However, a large percentage of people still have no idea how or which way they should vote. To help you make your mind...
  • Out with the Farage

    “We need a fresh face.” These were the words that UKIP’s one and only MP, Douglas Carswell, uttered just last Friday. He was of course talking about his desire for a change in the party’s leadership; out with the Farage and in with the new. He was always a...
  • Students protest for open borders in Calais and Dover

    Demonstrations took place in Dover and Calais on Saturday 17th October, as students and activists stood up for migrants in Calais and continental Europe. On Saturday 17th October, students from across the country, including cities such as Birmingham, Sussex and London, gathered in Dover and Calais to hold parallel...
  • 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...
  • Debates, dubious polls and rampant negativity: what can we expect from the general election campaign?

    ‘Am I tough enough? Hell yes I am’ were the words of one confident Miliband last Thursday. Facing the charming but venomous Jeremy Paxman, Ed Miliband was stronger than his rival David Cameron, arguing chiefly of the importance in his polices of improving the living standards of ordinary workers....