The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
Alex Lumsden analyses UKIP’s woes and what Nigel Farage can reasonably expect come the general election.
Gregory Pichorowycz contents that the UK requires much freer elections, and the only way to solve this is by changing the mode of electoral system for elections
Here, Simon Renwick explores the idea that education systems lack a substantial base for children to engage with ‘critical thinking’, and suggests the effects spread far past the classroom.
In this article Heather Lawless explores how far women’s equality has come in Cuba.
Chris Olewicz asks whether the outsourcing of Civil Service policy functions heralds the privatisation of policy formulation.
In this article, Marc Geddes unravels the European decision-making structures by briefly looking at the relationship of the European Council, the Council of Ministers and the Commission. Who controls Europe?
In this article Fran Hinton poses a question about the role of Britain in Europe: will we be a nation of isolation or participation? She argues that whilst the EU cannot be regarded as perfect, in regards to the welfare of British citizens and the wealth of our nation, the EU has played a central role in bringing prosperity to Britain. In conclusion, we are stronger together than apart.
In this article, Adam Tinson outlines the challenges for further education and particularly the unequal treatment between different HE establishments.