"Comments on Boris Johnson’s resignation, May’s leadership and Trump's Scottish golf club have moved the story the media should tell to one of the personalities at play."
In this exclusive interview with Palatinate’s Deputy Politics Editor, Jack Parker, Paul Brannen MEP discusses his successes in Brussels and Strasbourg, his time in student politics, and his first-hand observations of the Brexit process.
Stephanie Heng looks at the state of Democracy and the shifting trend towards Authoritarianism in South East Asia.
Connor Slomski looks at the way Labour can win back seats on the local elections and claim back its traditional Town base.
Quotas for women in the workplace: a necessary action or simply making women feel less valued?
"Key members of the leadership of Durham’s three main political societies have admitted that women are unfairly represented within their groups."
The Durham Union's Equalities officer Alastair Sledge argues the Union is moving forward to raise women's voices.