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Brexit Article 50: Part 50

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With less than a month left for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the House of Commons, saying that a decisive vote will...

And the award for best representation goes to…

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The Oscars took place last week and while there were some big winners from Green Book winning the Best Movie award to Alfonso Cuarón winning Best director, no one can debate that...

Brexit: Endgame

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Much like the highly anticipated Avengers flick this summer, Brexit finally seems to be reaching its ‘Endgame’, or at least it appears to be. Officially, and legally, the UK...

How accountable do we hold public figures?

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The six degrees of separation theory entails that all people are six or fewer social connections away from each other. Perhaps this is not completely true in all cases, but the...

Fed up with fast food advertising

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Transport for London and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have introduced a ban on junk food advertising across London’s entire public transport network. This ban, established on...

The end of the period debate?

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Feminists, health experts and educators alike have warmly greeted the Department for Education’s announcement that menstrual health will be taught in all schools starting from...

Religious conservatives’ protests curtail teaching of values of equality and LGBTQ rights

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A primary school in Birmingham has become gripped in the midst of a row which has pitted the LGBT community against religious conservatives. Parkfield Primary School has come...

Sex education in schools

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While sex education in schools has been compulsory in England since 2017, it has been in discussion that the curriculum will be expanded to be more up to date. Students will now...

Overcoming the glorification of self-harm

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A recent YouGov study found that anxiety amongst young people is on the rise in the social media age. 18% of 16-25 year olds believed that life wasn’t worth living, with other...

In a world dominated by social media, how has our experience of mental health changed?

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A recent study by the Prince’s Trust – a charity that enables youth into education, work and training – says that 18% of the 2,162 people surveyed disagreed with the...