"As opposed to the first film, in which Mr Incredible realises he is not “strong enough” to succeed alone, Elastigirl thrives in her independence and is in the spotlight until the very end; proving to herself and her husband that she is his...
Jonty Bayliss considers whether criticism of Israel constitutes anti-Semitism and if so where the line between the two lies. Can free speech always be a defence?
Josh Preston argues that the claims of ‘protection’ and ‘safety’ that no-platforming arguments rest upon are at best false, at worst dangerous to our generation’s health.
Matt Spivey and Jack Taylor look at the importance of sensitivity to all points of view in modern debate and how to be responsible with your right to free speech.
"After announcing his resignation from the Labour whip, respected veteran MP Frank Field said the leadership was fast becoming ‘a force for Anti-Semitism in British politics’" Can the Labour Party recover? Anna Gray explores.
"Trump can’t have leverage if one of the negotiating parties never comes to the table" Martha Muir argues that Trump's newest solution for peace, cutting funding to Gaza, will likely leave the region in more conflict than before.
"The issue of disadvantaged student uptake goes far further than purely a question of entrance statistics or ‘programmes to reach out’ at the UK’s top institutions."