The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
In this article, Brandon Ashford urges for a Conservative government in 2015. to continue the plans begun by the coalition.
With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
The defence is made for U.S. foreign policy with regards to Syria, and that past behaviour shouldn’t affect people’s view of the current foreign policy regarding Syria
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
In this piece, Sam Toombs looks into the ‘hypocrisy of politics’, and how we can overcome this
Adam Hawksbee argues that the debate over welfare reform has descended into cheap slogans and hyperbole rather than dealing with the real issues.
India operates a system of ‘affirmative action’ in its elections to the Lok Sabha (the lower house) whereby members of certain castes or those of the ‘Adivasi’ tribes are guaranteed seats in Parliament. But does this damage democracy and cement the caste system?
After the humiliating defeat of the Alternative Vote last year, you might think that supporters of electoral reform should keep quiet. After all, only 32% of the 42% of the electorate who bothered to vote actually supported changing the electoral system. Some may argue that