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Labour’s lost seven: what it means for the future of politics

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Following the formation of the Independent Group by 7 former Labour MPs, Edward Ingram analyses what it means for the party, and the future of politics...

May’s Brexit chaos: EU can’t always get what EU want

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In light of the past week;'s events, our writers attempt to make sense of the Brexit situation, and assess what can be done...

Driverless cars: on a road to nowhere?

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After announcing that it plans to roll out a network of driverless cars in London by 2021, Addison Lee has become the latest firm to embrace automation with open arms. Joining the...

Brexit, regrexit

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They say that it is always darkest before the dawn. Or in the case of Brexit, wildly unpredictable. Following two years of negotiations, the EU and the UK have finally reached a...

May proposes to reduce tuition fees by a third

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Following her electoral humbling last year, Theresa May has been eager to try and win back the youth vote, who overwhelmingly backed Jeremy Corbyn, and his tantalising offer of...

Brexit: time for another vote?

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Nicola Sturgeon recently announced that she would back another referendum. Our writers debate if another vote is necessary...

Take a chance on May

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Following the annual party conferences, our writers ask; is politics relevant for young people?...