Last Thursday I had a conversation with a friend that left me feeling distressed. With it being the queen’s birthday,

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The politics of gender equality in Britain has undoubtedly seen vast improvements since the first law was passed in 1918


The attacks in Brussels on Monday were horrifying both because of the impact on the victims and their families and


The education system has long been a topic of much contention. Recent proposals set out in Chancellor George Osborne’s budget


The Saudi Arabian newspaper Al Watan recently reported that a national court sentenced a unnamed man to 10 years in


The EU referendum will be held on the 23rd of June. As I write, that is 100 days from now


The death of the newspaper has been predicted for years, with pundits accusing the digital age of destroying the traditional


A recent study by Sutton Trust has uncovered that privately educated students still dominate top professions. Whilst only 7% of

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Today marks the opening of the voting process, and candidates were not put off campaigning on a day which brought snow and lost


Beyonce, of all people, is the latest figure to come under fire for the crime of ‘cultural appropriation’. This oppressive