This article by Frances Parsons outlines the ‘Over-Masculinisation of the Working Classes’ thesis and analyses it’s particularly devastating effect on women’s representation in UK Politics.
Following the Olympic security fiasco, James Wilson writes on why the armed forces are still vital to the health of Britain.
Chris Olewicz asks whether the outsourcing of Civil Service policy functions heralds the privatisation of policy formulation.
In this article Lily Parr explores the relationship between capitalism and feminism
With the election of François Hollande to the French presidency on Sunday 6 may 2012 , the movement for an alternative approach to fixing the world economy has been given a considerable boost to its momentum within Europe. But what does this alternative economic programme look like? And what are its chances in succeeding?
In this article, Jack Cowell laments the fact that soon our police force will be subject to market influence and corporate greed; no longer the public service it was supposed to be.
Budget 2012 – Cuts for the middle, Breaks for the highest earners, and the beginnings of a sizeable change in the UK economy?
Yes, the Budget 2012 contains more cuts to benefits and hand-outs to the richest in society. But wrapped up in the general glum mood is a sign that perhaps there is a plan for the future of the UK economy.
Siobhan Firestone interviews a member of the Tea Party on their views of the state, the government and the future of the movement over the coming years.
Article by Archie Hunter.
In this article, Adam Tinson outlines the challenges for further education and particularly the unequal treatment between different HE establishments.