Is Brexit the best choice for Britain in the upcoming EU referendum? Yes it is argues Alex Walker.
Has Goodluck given way to bad luck? Nigeria’s recent presidential election and what it means for Nigeria’s future
Nathaniel Robinson writes of Nigeria’s struggles with Boko Haram and a faltering economy; the question is: can democracy survive?
The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
Jack Agnew argues that we should reclaim what it means to be British if we want to halt the advance of UKIP.
UKIP representatives have spent the week toasting the EU’s decision to ask the UK to pay an extra £1.7 billion.
With independence debates ranging from Scotland to Catalonia, Chris Saltmarsh asks the question: could the UK’s neglected Northern cities go it alone?
Sam Toombs seeks answers to one of Britain’s most persistent questions: The West Lothian Question.
In this article, Gregory Pichorowycz dismisses the political compass as an unnecessary oversimplification.
September 29 is to become the UK’s official Bomb Iraq Day in recognition of the country’s long-held tradition.
Chris Olewicz notes the lack of specialist knowledge at the EU candidate hustings at the University of Sheffield.