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.
The argument is made for supporting the recent rise in tuition fees, with rebuttals to common arguments against such a rise
The point is made for corporal punishment to be brought back into school and, potentially, universities
The United Kingdom Attorney General has ruled that should Scotland vote to legally separate from England, custody and the principality of Wales shall be shared between England and Scotland
There are many who struggle through Christmas. Sean Mcintosh argues that the state has a responsibility towards these people over the Yuletide period.
Simon Renwick considers the question of whether the Christmas spirit has been lost in the shopping centres.
Lily Peck looks into how we can use nuclear waste and nuclear power as a more sustainable way to power the UK
In this piece, Daivd Jeffrey look at the case for why there should be greater nutritional information on alcohol
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