AS I SEE IT – The Tories Blame Game: Is the Conservative party Devoid of Owning Up to the Tragedy of COVID-19?
Hannah Gravett analyses how the conservative government dealt with COVID-19 and identifies how they’ve been shifting the blame to the electorate.
George Buskell argues against Kamala Harris’s selection as the Democratic Party VP pick and unpacks her controversial career
The Lost Connection Between the Filipino People and our Past – the Effects of Colonialism in this Generation
Isaiah Ting and Hazel Ting research into the effects of colonialism in Filipino culture today.
Shadele Brown writes in support of Anti-Racist movements and shares educational resources to help people be productive instead of performative in their activism.
Yasmin Aytüre reflects on what she learnt from the British Council’s Policymaking Course and how we can reconceptualise public policymaking.
An anonymous writer warns of why the Philippines’ Anti-Terror Bill is a dangerous threat to democracy, the circumstances surrounding it and how we can help.
Irene García and Peter Ferguson break down the recent University of Surrey’s hustings for local election candidates with an in-depth comparison.
In the past three years, there have been some controversial changes within western politics. Sophie Pike investigates the effect of protest votes.