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elections Tag Archive

10 year forecast: Democracy

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As the decade comes to an end, Tom Leach discusses what the next ten years have in store for democracy...

10 year forecast: The Overton window

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A prediction for what the next decade holds for the Overton window, and what we find politically acceptable...

Should Evo Morales have remained the Bolivian president?

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Faye Navesay discusses the unsettled political climate in Bolivia. ...

The rise of the Spanish right

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Sesha Subramanian discusses the rise of the right wing Vox party in Spain. ...

The many voices for mandatory voting

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Voter turnout in the Brexit referendum was 72%, which means that 28% of eligible voters could not be arsed to have their say about the most significant change to British policy...

New Marginalised Genders Officer announced

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Grace Dean reports on the election of a new NUSU Marginalised Genders Officer- Eleasha Haslam. ...

Should no ID mean no vote?

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The Government has recently announced that photographic ID, such as driving licenses or passports will be required when voting at elections. The plans have been proposed on the...

¡Vete! Hands off Venezuela

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As the situation in Venezuela deteriorates, our writers ask if foreign intervention is necessary, and consider what could be done...

Mail bombs sent to US politicians

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In the midst of midterm elections, the United States was hit by a wave of bomb packages, sent to prominent Trump critics, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and CNN. While...

NUSU Election: Four Part Time Officers elected

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The student body have elected four more elected PTOs to the NUSU Officer team...