Logo

Sleepwalking Out of Europe? The Oxford Election Debate

General Directions at Merton College, University of Oxford, held an election debate for parliamentary candidates running for the seats...

Read More

Jabberwocky Market Festival: An Interview with Chris Grady for the aspiring artist

Having previously mentioned Chris Grady, who will be holding surgeries for up-and-coming actors and actresses in the Jabberwocky Market...

Read More

Ireland: How sport influenced a revolutionary generation

The final two decades of the nineteenth century were quite unique in Irish history, in that they can be...

Read More

Latest Videos

Politics

Money

Reviews

Jabberwocky Market Festival: An Interview with Chris Grady for the aspiring artist

Having previously mentioned Chris Grady, who will be holding surgeries for up-and-coming actors and actresses in the Jabberwocky Market Festival, this...

by - 27/03/2015

Jabberwocky Market Festival: ‘World-Class Small-Scale Theatre’ in Darlington

Having reported on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, the challenge was something that I hadn’t done before. While it may...

by - 26/03/2015

10 Weird Books You’ll Never Want to Read

Here is a crazy selection of literature oddities that you probably have never heard of or ever want to read, showing...

by - 26/03/2015

Film Review: Big Hero 6 – A fused masterpiece

After a tragic loss in the family robotics prodigy Hiro (Ryan Potter) teams up with an erratic and inflatable droid sidekick...

by - 19/03/2015

Apprentices still suffer ‘huge inequalities’, reveals NUS report

Apprenticeships have been pushed as the answer to our generation’s seemingly grisly job prospects. Rivalling David Cameron’s 2014 vow to fund...

by - 18/03/2015

Politics: what is it good for?

In the run-up to the general elections, a new series of day schools on the theme of ‘Politics: what is it...

by - 06/02/2015

Ched Evans and why the U.K. needs PSHE

The release of Ched Evans has dominated the headlines in recent months, as the convicted rapist attempts to re-enter football. What...

by - 02/02/2015

Latest News Updates with Aaron Roach Bridgeman

Shout Out UK: Latest News Updates with Aaron Roach Bridgeman, including Claudia Medina Tamariz, the Feminism in London Conference 2014, wasting...

by - 12/12/2014

Jabberwocky Market Festival: An Interview with Chris Grady for the aspiring artist

Having previously mentioned Chris Grady, who will be holding surgeries for up-and-coming actors and actresses in the Jabberwocky Market Festival, this...

by - 27/03/2015

Anonymous Exclusive: Farewell to the Weatherman? An Interview with Commander X

It is clear that Anonymous, even while it evades ideological and institutional definitions, has become a force in global politics. Understanding...

by - 24/03/2015

Occupy’s Matthew Varnham: A Legal Occupation

The Occupiers who confronted fortifications at Parliament Square last year are themselves under siege from the Mayor’s Office. But are they...

by - 12/02/2015

Kenneth Rea: What makes an Outstanding Actor?

As the Senior Acting Tutor of Guildhall School of Music and Drama for over thirty years, Kenneth Rea has produced some...

by - 01/10/2014

Diary of Nigerian Elections – A Tragicomedy

There are eight days until the elections in Nigeria, a country where politics in all its incessant vices, however deficient, and...

by - 09/02/2015

South Sudan humanitarian crisis with refugee camps near breaking point

Refugee camps in South Sudan are reaching maximum capacity as hundreds of refugees escape the bombs and bullets of the war...

by - 05/02/2015

Boko Haram: Massacre Marks Turning Point in Deadly Conflict

Earlier this week, the radical Islamist group Boko Haram has pulled off one of the most deadly attacks in its ongoing...

by - 13/01/2015

South Sudan: Power-Sharing Struggle Could Spark Renewed Violence

Rounds of peace talks led by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development in East Africa have hit a stonewall, threatening a resolution...

by - 08/01/2015

Chinese Box Office Overtakes Hollywood but the UK could never do the same

February became a historic month in Chinese film history. The Chinese industry, the second largest (economically), for the first time overtook...

by - 18/03/2015

India’s Daughter Proves BJP’s Problem

In 2011, Werner Herzog, the maverick German film director, released a documentary called Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, a...

by - 09/03/2015

SILENT MUSLIMS – Silence at our own peril

A Muslim woman is accused of blasphemy, sacked by her employers, dragged through police stations and courts, and is forced to...

by - 27/02/2015

SWISS ACCOUNTS OF INDIANS UNDER SCRUTINY

Fresh revelations about the existence of a list of 1,195 Indians with accounts in a bank in Switzerland, estimated to contain...

by - 23/02/2015

Ireland: How sport influenced a revolutionary generation

The final two decades of the nineteenth century were quite unique in Irish history, in that they can be seen as...

by - 27/03/2015

‘Progressive Fines’ are not a War against Wealth

Money does make you mean. The willingness to cheat in order to get ahead prevails in Monopoly as much as it...

by - 20/03/2015

Drugs and corruption: Is the Dutch Government in despair?

In The Netherlands, two members of the government and one faction member of the same party resigned. The reason? Corruption and...

by - 13/03/2015

Ukraine: Youth Groups’ Ideals Clash In How To Bring An End To ‘Information War’

‘Check what you hear, doubt what you see’ became the headline for news stories expanding on an impassioned video that went...

by - 05/03/2015

Ferguson highlights intrinsic racism and growing police militarisation in the US

The issue of police violence and brutality remains ubiquitous in the United States, particularly with regard to police killings of unarmed...

by - 17/03/2015

Landmark Victory for Net Neutrality Supporters

Last Thursday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the top telecommunications regulator in the US, passed new rules to ensure all information...

by - 16/03/2015

Obama: What would Martin Luther King have said?

‘The pundits, the pundits like to slice-and-dice our country into red states and blue states; red states for Republicans, blue states...

by - 11/03/2015

Harper Lee’s greatly awaited – Go Set A Watchman

Walk into any Waterstones nationwide and you’re bound to find a display somewhere near the entrance dedicated to Nelle Harper Lee’s...

by - 02/03/2015

Colombia and FARC peace talks: Just a Farce?

While conflicts continue to take place involving al-Qaeda, Israel and Palestine, and various others, it looks as if the world could...

by - 27/11/2014

Whither democracy? The effectiveness of term limits

Soon after my article about the ambiguous stance in Ecuador towards human rights was published, President Rafael Correa and his ruling...

by - 06/10/2014

The World Cup’s Toxic Legacy in Brazil

If you ask any Brazilian what they thought of the 2014 World Cup, the answer will most definitely be the same:...

by - 22/09/2014

Colombia: Out but not down

Until the World Cup the word ‘Colombia’ would probably have invoked ideas of either a prestigious university in New York City...

by - 28/07/2014

Take a Quiz