By putting a price on justice, the government undermines our poorest and most vulnerable
In November 2010, the Government announced its plans to cut legal aid
Posted on 25th March 2011
EU: the problem of Portugal
Speculative attacks on peripheral EU countries highlight the macroeconomic imbalances at the heart of the Union The recent speculative attack on Portugal represents the next chapte...
Posted on 28th February 2011
A common trend in the era of austerity is the harsh criticism of the UK’s commitment to foreign aid within developing countries
Posted on 11th February 2011
Polarised and incendiary media debate directly contributes to lazy political division
Across the Atlantic, the shooting of congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on the 8th January 2011 ignited the debate surrounding media regulation and its relationship with democracy
Posted on 4th February 2011
Discord in the Eurozone: something must be done
Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Spain are all in economic deep water, but their problems are the result of economic mismanagement on a continental scale On November 22nd, Britain agr...
Posted on 26th November 2010
A creative way to crack the deficit
A liberalised drugs policy would benefit the economy, our Dutch neighbours are living proof ‘Proposition 19′, if enacted, would have been a decisive change for Californian drug policy
Posted on 12th November 2010
Compassionate death not murder
FOLLOWING the conviction of Frances Inglis, 57, for murdering her own son with a heroin overdose, the question of euthanasia has cropped up once more and shot to the forefront of public conjecture
Posted on 12th February 2010
Issue #1454, 21st November – 4th December 2014
Thousands Demand Free Education at London Demo
Christmas Markets at Birmingham
The 5…Things to Inspire the Christmas Spirit (in the UK)
Phil Hughes: Forever 63 not out
Dapper Laughs: A Life&Style Debate
Two Part Films: A Concerning Craze?
Midlands Comic Con comes to the NEC
Rugby’s elite leaving Islanders out at sea.
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