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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...
Take a chance on May
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Take a chance on May

October 15th, 2018 | by Edward Ingram
Following the annual party conferences, our writers ask; is politics relevant for young...
Brexit: the grass isn’t greener, but Britain should unite
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Brexit: the grass isn’t greener, but Britain should unite

February 12th, 2018 | by Louis Vanderlande
An extract of a report was leaked this week which laid out an analysis of the economic impact Brexit will have on the UK’s economy. Three hypothetical versions of Brexit were examined with all three found to negatively impact...
Brexit: did MPs vote against animal sentience?
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Brexit: did MPs vote against animal sentience?

December 4th, 2017 | by Alexandra Sadler
Alexandra Sadler discusses accusations the Government voted against the idea that animals are sentient and can feel...
Are academic staff helping students cheat?
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Are academic staff helping students cheat?

October 25th, 2017 | by Hanson Jones
A new government-backed report is expected to find that academic staff across the UK are involved in so-called ‘essay mills’, companies that offer academic essays and other works in exchange for money. An issue already known...
Government gags its academic opponents
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Government gags its academic opponents

April 25th, 2016 | by NUSU
On 1st May, a new law will come into force which will serve so as to prevent publicly funded academics from conducting research which will criticise government policy. This new law, originally reported on in The Observer in...