• A Beginner’s Guide To Party Politics

    Party politics is a volatile space that can appear intimidating when trying to follow it for the first time. I am by no means an expert in this field, but I am going to set out an introduction to the UK’s two largest political parties – Labour and Conservatives...
  • Labour Ballots Drop

    With the Labour Leadership contest edging ever closer towards its April 4th conclusion, Alice offers a comprehensive insight into the candidates, odds and a post-Corbyn Labour party....
  • Trump’s Middle East Deal

    On the 28th of February Donald unveiled his “ultimate deal” for Middle East Peace. Releasing his plan standing next to a smiling Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump called his planned division of territory between Israel and a sovereign Palestinian state a “win-win opportunity”.  Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son in law...
  • UK’s Extreme Inequality

    The UK’s six richest people control as much wealth as the poorest 13 million, according to recent research by The Equality Trust. Within the last decade, the number of billionaires in the UK has almost doubled and the wealth of the UK’s billionaires has also more than doubled. Notably,...
  • Chief Rabbi Condemns Labour Antisemitism

    Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of antisemitism allegations has made him “unfit for high office”, the Chief Rabbi has stated, with further warnings that the soul of the nation is at stake in next month’s general election. In an open comment to The Times, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis noted that...
  • Corbyn’s NHS Dossier

    On Wednesday 27th October, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn brandished a 451-page dossier at a press conference, which he declared as proof for the Conservatives ‘breaking open our NHS for US corporations’ in US-UK trade talks back in 2017 and 2018. Such a dossier is an advance from earlier in...
  • Question Time Leaders Special: An Overview

    Last night Sheffield played host to the BBC’s Question Time leaders special. The two-hour show included questions from a hostile audience directed at the Labour, Conservative, Lib Dem and SNP leaders. Under the spotlight, all four were pressed on a range of issues. But how did each politician perform under...