This article argues that censorship, no matter the moral position, is not an effective form of action against certain offensive and unscrupulous beliefs and pieces of media
Lucinda Weston takes a short look back on the dissolution of the British Empire and how the Commonwealth came to be born.
Yan Yee Chan explores the notions of identity in Honk Kong and the affects of the Commonwealth on such an identity
A Wiltshire Vicar accidentally let slip the biggest secret of Christmas to a group of children – that Santa Claus is not real. He apologised, but Gregory Pichorowycz explores the morality of his actions, and of breaking illusions in general.
In this article Jo Gallacher emphasizes the importance of freedom of opinion and expression in creating a civil and democratic society.
Lucy-Anne Holmes is an activist, writer, and public speaker; she is founder of the ‘No-More Page 3′ campaign
In this article, Malaka Mohammed look at the prospect of BDS, and the UK boycotting Israel
In this article Sara Mhaidli looks at the tensions and clashes between religious freedoms and the values and laws of states in Europe
Gregory Pichorowycz looks at the rise of ‘Islamaphobia’ and analyses Islam’s place in Europe amidst contending notions
James Donnelly remembers the relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Augusto Pinochet as a tragically misguided accord