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James Marriott
Kent, University of
My much too full name is James Tarik Al-Said Marriott and both my name and I are products of a little known colonial relationship between Britain and Oman. I am a Politics and International Relations student at UKC and I have a scattershot collection of interests.
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Employing the maxim of Victor Hugo that
Today marks two-hundred and twenty-one years since the death of this seminal feminist.

Remembering Mary Wollstonecraft: champion of the obvious yet controversial

Today marks two-hundred and twenty-one years since the death of this seminal feminist.

Thinking of road tripping across Norway this summer? Listen up.

10 lessons learned while car-camping in Norway

Thinking of road tripping across Norway this summer? Listen up.

The US have a complicated relationship with human rights

US Withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council: A shameless hypocrisy

The US have a complicated relationship with human rights

A new legal phenomenon is arriving to the UK via the US, the so called 'morality clause' within publishing contracts.

Are morality clauses the best way to deal with writers who breach public standards?

A new legal phenomenon is arriving to the UK via the US, the so called 'morality clause' within publishing contracts.

Burma Campaign UK Director Mark Farmaner on the UK in Burma and how students can help.

Burma Campaign UK: for our government, 'the Rohingya are expendable'

Burma Campaign UK Director Mark Farmaner on the UK in Burma and how students can help.

Student Joshua Wong is fighting for democracy in Hong Kong, and the self-determination of his country from mainland China. Here he tells us why.

Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong: ‘Even if you are still in university you can create change in society’

Student Joshua Wong is fighting for democracy in Hong Kong, and the self-determination of his country from mainland China. Here he tells us why.

The celebrated atheist's work will be translated into Arabic, Urdu, Farsi and Indonesian.

Richard Dawkins making his books free in Islamic countries is a vital stand against religious and state censorship

The celebrated atheist's work will be translated into Arabic, Urdu, Farsi and Indonesian.

In a recent presentation to the party David Ewing attempted to sort the fact from the fiction.

Why I disagree with the the Libertarian Party UK's views on gun ownership

In a recent presentation to the party David Ewing attempted to sort the fact from the fiction.

Only 9% of young people said communism was dangerous

Universities are luring students to communism says new data

Only 9% of young people said communism was dangerous

Zuckerberg's plans will bury established journalism from the site.

How Facebook is attempting to strangle journalism

Zuckerberg's plans will bury established journalism from the site.

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