Jess Tinton looks at the Labour Party’s attitude towards nuclear weapons.

The Labour Party and nuclear weapons.   The Labour Party are against the notion of abolishing nuclear weapons and believe that keeping the current Trident programme is a sensible economic, social, and political decision for the UK. However, as the elected leader on a platform opposing Trident renewal, Corbyn has stated that he was not […]

The Abortion Debate by Ciaran Dolby

The Arguments of abortion. The topic of ‘Pro-Life’ versus ‘Pro-Choice’ has been one of the most pressing questions in the modern world, it regards human rights, socio-economic backgrounds and the woke world we live in. Abortion is defined as the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy. This means the destruction of an embryo, foetus or […]

Will the UK last much longer? by Emily Doe

Will the UK last much longer? by Emily Doe. Devolution in the UK is the process by which central government in Westminster delegates power to other levels of government.  In the UK, the creation of devolved institutions in the regions 20 years ago saw a massive transferal of powers and responsibilities away from the centre.  […]

Chloe Tinton warns against the dangers of TikTok

TIKTOK: GLOBAL SENSATION THAT COULD BE RUINING OUR GENERATION   TikTok has become a drug to my generation. They crave the temporary escape from the dreary reality of the world outside the screen. The app that started as a method of promoting normal people has taken a turn for the worst. With now over 800 […]

Lottie Leonard discusses the North-South divide

The North- South divide and its current impact. This topic is constantly argued and debated over its current relevance and whether it still poses as much of an issue as perhaps it has been in the past. However, it is a more complicated topic than it appears on the surface when you begin to read […]

The Trial of the Mangrove Nine by Angharad Jones

The Trial of the Mangrove Nine In March 1968 Trinidadian Frank Crichlow opened his restaurant ‘The Mangrove’ in Notting Hill. At that time Notting Hill held most of London’s Caribbean population, becoming one of the city’s more international districts. With the Windrush generation arriving between 1948 to 1971, local residents feared newcomers would take their […]

Should we abolish sweatshops? Asks Ella Spradbury

Should we abolish sweatshops? Asks Ella Spradbury. Sweatshops are characterised as ‘workplaces with very poor, socially unacceptable or illegal working conditions’ – the work may be difficult, dangerous, climatically challenging or underpaid; in order to maximise the firms’ profits and consumer’s satisfaction. The ugly side of globalisation has revealed reputable brands, such as: Adidas, ASOS, […]

Ella Spradbury discusses whether freedom of the media impedes our basic human rights?

Has the freedom of the media impeded our basic human rights? Freedom of the media is the fundamental right of various forms of media (including print, radio, television and online) to operate freely in society without government control, restriction or censorship. It bears constitutional importance, with regards to its feature in the Bill of Rights […]

Are we safe from the government? Asks Ciaran Dolby

Are we safe from the government? Asks Ciaran Dolby   Do you walk about you day to day life feeling safe and protected by our government, knowing their ‘fixed’ laws that are in place to create a modern democratic society. But how secure are these laws that protect us and create our society? To understand […]