The internet reeks of anonymous hatred, Alex Lumsden dares to suggest that this creates more heat than light.
In this article, Gregory Pichorowycz dismisses the political compass as an unnecessary oversimplification.
With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
Sam Mannion believes that the Government should spend more time acting on the welfare of prisoners with mental health issues rather than complaining that they have little to do with their time.
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.
Adam Hawksbee argues that the debate over welfare reform has descended into cheap slogans and hyperbole rather than dealing with the real issues.
In this article for Canvas’ mini-issue on International Women’s Week, Adam Hawksbee evaluates the concept of social reproduction
Article by George Richards.
Canvas Interviews feminist campaigner Selma James
Article by Alexander Titcomb.