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May’s Brexit chaos: EU can’t always get what EU want
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May’s Brexit chaos: EU can’t always get what EU want

January 17th, 2019 | by Edward Ingram
In light of the past week;'s events, our writers attempt to make sense of the Brexit situation, and assess what can be...
Trump’s use of tear gas: a step too far?
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Trump’s use of tear gas: a step too far?

December 10th, 2018 | by Sesha Subramanian
Sesha Subramanian assesses the use of tear gas on the US-Mexico border against child migrants under Trump's new...
Best of politicians attempting to act normal in 2018
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Best of politicians attempting to act normal in 2018

December 10th, 2018 | by Gerry Hart
So when it comes to politicians attempting normality I really don’t think anything can top Theresa May dancing at the Conservative Party Conference in October. Yeah it’s the obvious answer but it really was textbook. After a...
Best political exposé of 2018
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Best political exposé of 2018

December 10th, 2018 | by Joe Holloran
Political exposés and scandals emerge every year or so, to varying degrees of publicity. Many people know of the ‘Watergate Scandal’ or ‘The Iran-Contra deals’. Other more recent and closer to home journalistic exposes...
Driverless cars: on a road to nowhere?
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Driverless cars: on a road to nowhere?

December 10th, 2018 | by Edward Ingram
After announcing that it plans to roll out a network of driverless cars in London by 2021, Addison Lee has become the latest firm to embrace automation with open arms. Joining the ranks of Uber, Ford, General Motors and Mercedes...
Brexit, regrexit
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Brexit, regrexit

December 10th, 2018 | by Edward Ingram
They say that it is always darkest before the dawn. Or in the case of Brexit, wildly unpredictable. Following two years of negotiations, the EU and the UK have finally reached a legally binding withdrawal agreement, and a...
Pittsburgh Shooting
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Pittsburgh Shooting

December 3rd, 2018 | by Sesha Subramanian
As a six-year old, Judah Samet had survived one of the worst nightmares of his life when he survived Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi death camp. So many years later, he had sheer luck to thank for defying death once again as he survived a...
Mail bombs sent to US politicians
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Mail bombs sent to US politicians

December 3rd, 2018 | by Elisabetta Pulcini
In the midst of midterm elections, the United States was hit by a wave of bomb packages, sent to prominent Trump critics, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and CNN. While none of the explosives worked, the message was...
Brazil’s move to the far right: a future environmental disaster?
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Brazil’s move to the far right: a future environmental disaster?

December 3rd, 2018 | by Sophie Hindhaugh
I hope you all like dogs as much as you say you do online, because they’re going to be one of the few animals we have left. Jair Bolsonaro’s election is a disaster – for the Amazon rainforest, and obviously, (or what...
The North-South divide
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The North-South divide

December 3rd, 2018 | by Stanley Gilyead
The North-South divide has existed for almost as long England has been a nation, with it speculated to have originated from William the Conqueror’s sacking of the North. The divide deepened post-war with the industrial North...