Have the airstrikes on Syria cost us more than we bargained for?

As I turned over in my bed at 8:30am this morning, the sound of the BBC News alert began to ring in my ear. My eyes winced as I checked the notification on my phone, slowly adjusting to the brightness of my room. There it was, Breaking News: ‘’Air Strikes on Syria were a “highly successful mission” says UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’’. I do … Continue reading Have the airstrikes on Syria cost us more than we bargained for?

The Strange Death of British Centrism After Brexit

While the old adage is generally true that elections are fought and won in the centre ground, the very fact that the two behemoths of the Conservative Party and of Labour are actually opposing each other on nearly every policy, is only good for “liberal democracy”. Continue reading The Strange Death of British Centrism After Brexit

“Why I’m Choosing To Remain In The Eu.”

I’m usually one to do just, two sided arguments, but unfortunately for you Brexiters, this is a very one-sided post. I am a firm believer that we should remain in the EU. It might be that I’m part of the 73 per cent demographic of those aged between 18-29 that want to remain in the EU, or the fact I go to University and study … Continue reading “Why I’m Choosing To Remain In The Eu.”

Save Our Nightlife: How Labour are Putting the Party back into Party Politics

Britain has always been at the forefront of dance music culture ever since the heady days of the late 80s and early 90s rave scene. Despite massive setbacks such as the 1994 Criminal Justice Act, which allowed police the power to shut down any event “characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats”, and the ongoing war on ‘noise pollution’ from local councils … Continue reading Save Our Nightlife: How Labour are Putting the Party back into Party Politics