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Picking Up The Pieces Post Brexit
There is no use in grieving or chiding older voters for pulling us out of the EU.
Brexit in the post-truth era
Has Cameron-bot 2.0 convinced you to vote Remain? In this post-truth era, can any politician be trusted?!
Making the case for a reformed EU
Whether to leave or stay in the EU seemed like an easy question initially, but separating the facts from idealogical propoganda is harder than it looks...
What you need to know to make sense of the Iowa Caucus result
All you need to know to make sense of the Iowa Caucaus result.
Hey, Oscars judges - diversity is not a bad word
We should be complaining about the whitewashing of the film industry all the time, not just when the Oscar nominations are revealed.
Rhodes Must Fall and Free Speech
The Rhodes Must Fall movement has had a whirlwind tour in 2015 and as the year winds down and out it has landed on the shores of Britain, publicity wise.
Short Story Competition: The Gospel Of John Lost
An entry to The National Student's short story competition: The Gospel Of John Lost, by Ademola Bello.
Abigail Fisher, Affirmative Action, and why we need to drop the term 'colour blindness'
Abigail Fisher, a student rejected from the University of Texas, claims that the university's race-conscious admissions policy is inherently discriminatory and favoured less capable minorities over her.
Opinion: My many issues with the new Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer
While the internet and fanboys around the world were still reeling from the phenomenal new trailer for Captain America Civil War, DC comics decided to sucker punch us with a teaser for their upcoming superhero team-up or bust-up, Batman V Superman.