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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...

Climate catastrophes

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Our writers dissect a UN report urging drastic change before the damage caused is irreversible...

Scientists Without Borders

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Jack Coles describes the issues with scientific research caused by borders....

Rebuking Conservative Centrism

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Sean Simspon takes down the notion the Conservative Party is decent, moderate, and patrotic....

The Indonesian tsunami: Natural disaster, human responsibility

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Britain is very good at providing foreign aid. In fact, the amount Britain spends on foreign aid is the equivalent to 0.7% of its gross national income per year. In other words,...

The world is struggling to cope: tackling the “mental health crisis”

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10th October marked World Mental Health Day, which follows a timely Lancet Commission report that has declared that the world is failing to tackle a “mental health crisis”....

Take a chance on May

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

Amazon: Toil and Trouble

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This week, Amazon gave us a clue as to the real source of its shareholders’ dividends. Following criticism over its notoriously bad working conditions, for example, when the...

Amber Rudd green

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Following Amber Rudd's resignation as Home Secretary, our writers debate if she was simply a scapegoat for someone else's mistakes...

Elections, elections, elections

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Scott Houghton assesses the value of local elections, and if students should be more engaged...