Finlay Green explores the pitfalls of streaming kids by ability, looking to a Finnish model of education for a more considered approach
Max Evans argues that policy is required to make ‘justice’ a more apt term in the British political system, with more access to legal advice
Harry Matthews of the Liberal Democrat Society at the University looks at policy with the hope of furthering the core values of the Liberal Democrat party
Dan Celadri of the Socialist Students Society looks at where the Government is currently going wrong with it’s policy, and argues why more socialist-framed policy surrounding Nationalisation would be better
The Conservative Party would be wise not to invest too much faith in Lynton Crosby to deliver them an election victory, states Sam Mannion
In this article, Michael Higgs discusses Sharia Law, and whether it’s principled financial system should be applied to the currently unprincipled U.K financial system
Simon Renwick argues why Turkey’s exemption from the European Union is not due to the façade surrounding religious tensions, and has more to do with political and social constraints
The recent downgrade of Britain’s credit rating from AAA to AA1 by Moody’s was one of the least surprising decisions in the political year. It was clear that after both France and the USA’s downgrade that the UK, with its growing debt, was also heading
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.
Article by Eleanor Parker.