You’ve liked their Insta’s, seconds after being posted. You’ve held their hair back whilst juggling a slice of bread and a mug of water. You’ve told them sliders and socks are a no-go. All things considered, you’re a pretty awesome and supportive friend. You are there for them through thick and thin, with tools to get you both through whatever life throws at you. But … Continue reading Supporting your friend through sexual assault.
On Friday the 15th July I took the two and a half hour train journey down to London to see a talk with Jeremy Corbyn and Ben Okri at Southbank. I’m twenty-one years old and some may put me in the new-era category, the “corbynites.” I respect the man immensely and was rather eager to see if this man lived up to his name, if … Continue reading Meeting Corbyn
UK politics is a frightening subject at the moment. We have an unelected and unchallenged Prime Minister who earlier this week confirmed that she wouldn’t hesitate to kill 100,00 innocent people, an unelected cabinet of unpopular ministers to make her seem less terrifying (Boris is sure to make a fool of Britain on the world stage and Hunt will continue to piss off our Doctors), … Continue reading How to really “Take Back Control”
The UN’s refugee chief this week has said that a worrying “climate of xenophobia” has taken hold in Europe. We are living through, arguably, the greatest rise of xenophobia since World War II. This rise coincides with the biggest influx of migrants in Europe since World War II. However, this is not just a European trend. South Africa has been accused of being xenophobic for … Continue reading The Xenophobic Revolt!
I am tired of being told that I will grow up and I will take my rightful place in the ranks of thousands of young ideologist before me as a conservative drone. I have had to endure continues ridicule ever since I came out as a Liberal Democrat, in March of 2015. I have been told I am just young and liberal but soon I will … Continue reading I’m Not Just Young, I’m Pissed Off!