Keshia Jacotine believes Britain should face up to its past and embrace a more positive relationship with the European Union
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, Sam Morris make several arguments as to why we shouldn’t prohibit the selling of illegal drugs, and instead the benefits that could come from government regulation of drugs
Finlay Green explores the pitfalls of streaming kids by ability, looking to a Finnish model of education for a more considered approach
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
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
Brandon Ashford looks into the current British education system, and how we should be using the education structure as a way to inspire a diverse set of talents
In this article, Michael Higgs discusses Sharia Law, and whether it’s principled financial system should be applied to the currently unprincipled U.K financial system
Adam Hawksbee argues that the debate over welfare reform has descended into cheap slogans and hyperbole rather than dealing with the real issues.
Editor for Analysis Joe Austin examines Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation and its consequences for the Catholic Church.