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How can you combat climate change?

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Lilla Marshall advises on what we can in our daily lives to save our planet for the future...

Is it okay for comedy to cause offence?

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Lydia Eavers discusses the fine line between satire and disrespect in contemporary comedy...

Does Sanders stand a chance?

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Legs are becoming tangled in the race for the Democratic nominee, as ‘Super Tuesday’ ushers in a surprise comeback for candidate Joe Biden. After winning only 4/14 States on...

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...

“Teenage girls wanna hear about everything”: interview with comedian Grace Campbell

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Joe Molander sits down with comedian and activist Grace Campbell ...

Lisa Nandy: Screamer of trans rights, or clever politician?

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Many labour party members have criticised the labour leadership candidate over her response to a pledge card asking her whether she’d agree to expelling leader members who...

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. ...

UK sacks UN Climate Conference President

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Lily Holbrook reports on the Prime Minister's decision to fire the president of the climate summit in Glasgow later this year...

Are humanities being undervalued?

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In light of Sunderland University closing its politics, history and modern languages departments, Rebecca Johnson explores whether humanities are being swept aside...

Brexit is over- it’s time to move on and focus on what’s important

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Patrick Young argues that, with Brexit done, the country needs to attempt to reunite...