“The ostensibly humble graph is nothing more than a modern crucifix of the religion of capital upon the blood-stained alter”
With independence debates ranging from Scotland to Catalonia, Chris Saltmarsh asks the question: could the UK’s neglected Northern cities go it alone?
Premier League Chief executive Richard Scudamore has hit back against widespread accusations of sexism, telling the British public ‘not to be so fucking hormonal.’
Leading food distributors are taking steps to end the recent controversy over halal food packaging, with a plan to clearly label halal meat with a sticker depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
The argument is made for supporting the recent rise in tuition fees, with rebuttals to common arguments against such a rise
Premier League referee Andre Marriner has demanded a set of asset freezes and travel bans against key personnel within the Bhutani administration, following Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
Michael Higgs examines the record of the Commonwealth on LGBT rights
Keshia Jacotine believes Britain should face up to its past and embrace a more positive relationship with the European Union
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.
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.