After the failure of a Labour party amendment to reduce the voting age to 16, Palatinate Politics puts this issue to a debate asking: should the legal voting age be lowered from 18 to 16?
Social apartheid seems an outdated term, but David Lammy has vehemently stated that is it only too appropriate to describe the insidious cultural of the higher education system.
He may have lost the election, but Jeremy Corbyn is causing May's Conservatives serious problems. Max Jeffery takes a look at the new agenda in Westminster.
"Lewis' recent lewd comments are unfortunately just one indication of a political sphere rife with derogatory language towards women."
Liam Fell questions the conventional wisdom that internet companies are able to fight terrorism and warns against sacrificing key western values.
Anna Myers gives a damning assessment of the government's Brexit strategy to date and looks ominously at the chances of tangible progress being made.
Should Theresa May remain in Number 10? Tom Mitchell argues that despite her evident flaws as Prime Minister, she ought to remain in office to provide stability for her divided party and the UK as a whole.