Sam Toombs seeks answers to one of Britain’s most persistent questions: The West Lothian Question.
Scotland are moments away from an historic referendum; Gregory Pichorowycz asks if Thursday’s referendum is really the best way for Scotland to decide.
An argument is made for why the current #NoMakeupSelfie is not connecting with the true spirit of charity, and how in fact people need to re-evaluate their philosophy on donation
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
In this article Beth Miller looks at New Labour and in particular at Tony Blair and some of the things he was able to achieve.
As nationalism levels soar in Britain and Europe, Michael Higgs analyses the reasoning behind the proposed British Bill of Rights, and argues that it would be “utterly ineffectual in reality”.
This article, part of Canvas’ International Women’s Week mini-issue, argues that something has to be done to combat the culture of shame that surrounds abortion.
Article by Amy Masson.
In this article, Joe Austin explores the debate on Scottish independence and what it means for the future of the UK.