Kate Hanton argues that the Government’s ‘retain and explain’ policy around statues linked to the Empire and Slavery sets a dangerous precedent for our understanding of British history. Kate studies Law at the University of Oxford. Continue reading ‘Retain and Explain’: Obscuring Britain’s Dark Past?
Tabitha Wilson discusses the current narrative around influencers flouting Covid rules and travelling abroad. Tabitha is studying Politics at Durham University. Continue reading Influencers in Dubai
In this article, Natalie explores where responsibility for climate change lies, and the potential benefits of a ‘meat tax’. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Climate tax on meat: is going vegan the best option?
In this article, Nicole Howlett explores the history of women and shaving and argues that choosing not to shave is a radically political act. Nicole is studying English Literature at Durham University Continue reading Women and body hair: why choosing not to shave is a political act
Theodora Hall discusses the result of the recent New Zealand election and Adern’s historic leadership. Theodora is currently reading for combined honours in Social Science at Durham University. Continue reading The re-election of Jacinda Arden and what it means for the future of New Zealand
In this article Natalie Horrobin discusses whether TikTok should be banned and explores the app’s pros and cons. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading TikTok: should it be banned?