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All content featured on our charity site is produced by young volunteers with the support and mentoring of our professional production staff, with the exception of Uni-Q & Street Politics as these were produced by our Commercial Arm.

Politics

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What Do Young People Really Think of Budget 2016?

Published on March 26th, 2016 | by Eleanor Newis

The wake of George Osborne’s 2016 budget has been rather chaotic, and the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith from his post as Work and Pensions Secretary and his widely circulated resignation letter have begun to make [&hellip... Read More


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COP21 Paris

Climate Conference: No Plan B

Published on December 14th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

US President Obama said at the end of the 2015 Climate Conference in Paris, known as COP21, “together, we’ve shown what’s possible when the world stands as one”. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said “climate justice [&hellip... Read More


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UK Floods 2015

Shelter from the Storm

Published on December 12th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

It is rare, in the usually mild and rainy environment of Britain, that we encounter a storm so violent it is deemed worthy of naming. Storm Desmond (it is unconfirmed whether the storm is named after [&hellip... Read More


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Cameron Syria Debate 2015

Debating Syria

Published on December 3rd, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

The news appeared this morning that the first air strikes over Syria had taken place, and we learned later that the four British Tornadoes had hit their targets: seven points in the oilfields of eastern Syria. [&hellip... Read More


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Autumn Statement 2015

Verdict On The 2015 Autumn Statement

Published on November 27th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

Now the dust has settled on George Osborne’s 2015 Autumn Statement, and presumably also back onto John McDonnell’s copy of Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book, it’s time to work out what it all means. The media [&hellip... Read More


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Gender Equality

The 118-Year Gender Gap

Published on November 23rd, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

Today, I want to talk about women. I don’t do this very often; primarily because too many other things frequently annoy me. But, this week, it was revealed by the World Economic Forum, that if we [&hellip... Read More


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Climate Protest

Climate Change Policy At 21

Published on November 10th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

Back in September, the Australian government produced a leaflet for teachers which taught them how to identify extremism and radicalism in their students. An example student used throughout this leaflet was an environmental activist, who was [&hellip... Read More


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Jeremy Hunt

Where Will All the Junior Doctors Go?

Published on October 31st, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

I recently met up with two friends of mine, and amongst other things, we talked about the future; we all have plans, and we all have decisions to make, like most students moving towards the end [&hellip... Read More


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