Matthew Spivey questions whether the #MeToo campaign has done enough to help the LGBT+ community in the face of horrifying statistics of sexual assault particularly affecting LGBT+ individuals.
September’s party conferences sought to restore confidence between political leaders and the British electorate, following a Summer of resignations, an anti-Semitism row and doubts concerning the Prime Minister’s Brexit negotiations.
"The NHS app follows the growing trend of eHealth services." Marie Louise explains the significance of health secretary Matt Hancock's new NHS app for modernising healthcare.
Rhodri Sheldrake Davies discusses the current narrative surrounding freedom of speech in the UK political sphere and how some are misusing it.
"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.
Following on from Boris Johnson's controversial article on Denmark and the Burqa, Celine D Kart looks into his comments and the further debate around many countries' bans on the religious dress.
The popular commentary on the student loan is that it’s a burdening £50,000 debt. Politicians on both sides have turned student finance into a political football, to the detriment of those potential students that need student finance the most. In...