The UKIP spokesman for Energy Roger Helmer MEP announced a U-turn of his party’s long standing scepticism towards man kinds contribution to climate change.
Sheffield council have finally resolved their long running dispute with local residents over the future of city’s libraries, agreeing a to hand over custodial duties to the many vagrants who utilize them for shelter.
Michael Higgs examines the record of the Commonwealth on LGBT rights
Yan Yee Chan explores the notions of identity in Honk Kong and the affects of the Commonwealth on such an identity
Keshia Jacotine examines the relationship between Australians and its asylum seekers.
Sam Mannion believes that the Government should spend more time acting on the welfare of prisoners with mental health issues rather than complaining that they have little to do with their time.
There are many who struggle through Christmas. Sean Mcintosh argues that the state has a responsibility towards these people over the Yuletide period.
Chris Olewicz examines the persistent influence of Atlas Shrugged since its publication in 1957
Michael Higgs argues why the fall of Dien Bien Phu and the fall of French Indo-China had severe ramifications for regional politics in Asia for the coming century
Gregory Pichorowycz ponders the motivation behind Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych’s decision to reject the EU Trade deal in favour of closer ties with Russia