• Have Yourself A Merry Boris Christmas – The 2020 Holiday Season In COVID Britain

    It would have been a lovely occasion, for those who celebrate Christmas. Having toiled through each and every wave of hardship and despair 2020 has thrown at us, imagine if we could have gathered together with all of our loved ones, eaten good food, drank mulled wine, and sang along with Michael Bublé’s...
  • Johnson: A Prime Minister Of Broken Promises

    One of the hardest things for people to admit is when they have been conned. No one likes being made to look a fool and being the victim of a hoax or scam leaves people upset, especially if the conman has scammed them out of money and left them...
  • Anne Marie Morris: Simple Mistake or Return of the Nasty Party?

    As if the Conservative Party needed more bad publicity after the lacklustre response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the DUP deal and the intense pressure regarding public sector pay, Anne Marie Morris, a Tory backbencher was recorded using a racially offensive term on Monday at a conference of Eurosceptics...
  • Theresa May: An Alternative Review

    Repeatedly called out for her lack of personality, her “cold-fish” and “control freak” tendencies, Theresa May is rapidly becoming yet another infamous figure of British politics. There is however a dislike for our PM now that is characteristically different, and perhaps even stronger, in comparison to the dislike felt...
  • English Tapas Review: “We need a voice like Sleaford Mods in today’s society”

    You’ve seen it on the backs of buses; the brash talking bass thumping Nottingham bred duo Sleaford Mods have returned with album number four – English Tapas, and they’ve only gone and teamed up with Rough Trade to produce it! If I’m being honest, I stuck the album on...
  • “The Tories are well and truly fisting us – while they still can”

    This week has seen the latest instalments in the government’s renewed attacks on our freedoms. The Digital Economy Bill and the Communications Data Bill, or Snoopers’ Charter, are both set to make significant steps towards becoming law. Both represent significant dents in our civil liberties. But these two bills...
  • UoNSU officers join NUS march against tuition increases

    The National Union of Students took part in a march in central London on Saturday 19th of November in protest against the proposed Education Bill, demanding for quality education with limited costs. According to The Guardian, students and lecturers are upset over the government’s plans for an “ideologically led market...