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Thousands back petition to defend the Human Rights Act

More than 20,000 people have put their names to a petition calling for the government to keep the Human Rights Act.

It comes in the wake of news that the act will be scrapped in favour of a new British ‘Bill of Rights’, as announced by the Justice Secretary Liz Truss. 318 more words


The Similarities between Britain and Brexit and Britain and the Iraq War

Watching resignation after resignation post Brexit made me angry, as I watched politicians mess up the country then step back taking no responsibility for their actions and not being held accountable for it. 509 more words

International Relations

What The Hell Is Wrong With British Teens These Days

I read today of yet another knife attack in a crowded shopping centre in West London. Thankfully the victims wounds are not life threatening, but what does it say about the youth today? 573 more words


Why Most Graduates On A Plan 2 Loan Will Never Clear It

It’s been in the news today that the UK government is scrapping maintenance grants for those from lower-income backgrounds. Now, as someone who wasn’t eligible for one I can’t fully appreciate how important these were in helping people to make it through uni. 850 more words


What’s the difference between religious conservatism and extremism? No-one knows

Following another deadly attack in France where a man plowed through a crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, killing more than 80 people—prompting a rare day… 630 more words

Uni is about to get even more expensive as government agree to hike tuition fees

Going to university is about to get a whole lot harder if you’re not from a wealthy background.

The Government has officially given the green light to a number of English universities who’ve announced plans to charge more than the current £9,000 tuition fee limit. 434 more words


Too many remainers in the british government,Theresa May, Amber Rudd and Nicola Sturgeon must not delay Brexit, particularly now that there are terror threats.

David Davis, Boris Johnson and Liam Fox are in charge of the Brexit and the relationship between Britain and the outer world, nonetheless the last assertion by May that she won’t trigger Article 50 without the consent of Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t sound good. 382 more words