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Is it problematic that most LGBTQ+ films are sad?

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Faye Navesey explores why its so important LGBTQ+ films don't all end with misery...

Why the UK and US lockdown protests are different

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Every citizen should be afforded the right to protest, it is a key tool used to hold government to account and fight injustice. However, when there is no injustice to fight and...

Is Johnson a good leader?

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Faye Navesey reflects on the prime minister's political career, and how well he's been able to handle the pressure...

Following New Zealand: should all leaders take pay cuts?

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Faye Navesey discusses the New Zealand PM’s decision to take a pay cut amis the COVID19 pandemic....

The chilling rise of Viktor Orbán

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Faye Navesey on the Hungarian Prime Minister's recent consolidation of power...

Is the Northern Irish assembly too weak to make big political change?

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Division and stagnation are two words that encapsulate the recent history of Stormont. Whilst the new abortion laws show a promising development in reproductive rights, the fact...

Priti Patel’s bullying accusations: Is the Government trying to yeild to much influence over the civil service?

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This government has had its fair share of disturbing moments that show that it is far from normal. The most recent of which was the resignation of Sir Phillip Rutnam due to the...

The case of Yolanda Bonnell: Should everyone really be a critic?

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Having your work misunderstood is a heartbreaking feeling for any writer or artist, particularly when your work is dealing with issues that are important to you. For this reason,...

Is Dominic Cummings’s influence out of hand?

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Faye Navesey on Dominic Cummings' hiring of the ideologically extreme Andrew Sabisky ...

Controversy in Commons: the truth behind the policing of Brabin’s shoulder

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Faye Navesy discusses the controversy surrounding Tracey Barbin's choice of Commons attire. ...