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May proposes to reduce tuition fees by a third
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May proposes to reduce tuition fees by a third

November 19th, 2018 | by Edward Ingram
Following her electoral humbling last year, Theresa May has been eager to try and win back the youth vote, who overwhelmingly backed Jeremy Corbyn, and his tantalising offer of abolishing tuition fees. As a result, the government...
Mass Media Monopolies
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Mass Media Monopolies

March 12th, 2018 | by Joe Holloran
Following Corbyn spy allegations, our writers discuss the need for media regulation and...
Labour has momentum, Momentum has Labour
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Labour has momentum, Momentum has Labour

October 5th, 2017 | by Aaron Bacon
Labour look to grow in strength as the Conservatives stumble over...
Of Demographic Time Bombs and other Tory Miseries
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Of Demographic Time Bombs and other Tory Miseries

October 4th, 2017 | by editor
The young vote is becoming an incredibly important factor in contemporary politics. Can the Conservatives re-establish themselves amongst the core youth...
Our democracy is sick, but still alive
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Our democracy is sick, but still alive

October 17th, 2016 | by Errol Kerr
This past year has threatened the foundations of democratic process across the board. I’m happy to sit here and say that every process I’ve witnessed – the NUS campaign, the EU referendum, the Labour leader re-elections,...
Labour must remember what loyalty means
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Labour must remember what loyalty means

October 17th, 2016 | by editor
It’s been a summer of upheaval in British politics. We’ve seen a referendum that defied expectations, a Prime Minister’s resignation, UKIP MEPs punching each other, and no fewer than three leadership elections, with a...