"Simply put, the adjusting response of the public towards mental health issues has not been matched by the response in Parliament, nor within the societal structures which it shapes."
“It is easy to look at North Korea and dismiss what we see as ignorance and stupidity. Kim Jong Un may be a character of laughable ambition and a woeful hairpiece; but his regime is founded upon cold hard fact.” Nick Connor argues.
The common theme? Endemic, naturalised sexism.
Surely in this instance, boycotting Durham Pride – precisely because the boycotting groups are amongst its strongest supporters – would merely undermine Pride’s success? Danny Walker asks.
“Whilst mental illness isn't something that defines anyone, it is a part of who we are. It’s about time we started acknowledging that sometimes it is okay not to see that glass as half full or to bend your neck and smile at the stars.”
“Clearly the quality and facilities of our accommodation varies greatly, but why don't our prices?” Alice Dee, DSU President and leader of the #RippedOff accommodation fee campaign, writes in an op-ed.
The potential outbreak of war is even more chilling due to the revolutions in warfare which the Cold War initiated, and technology has perpetuated.