Not even May knows what Brexit means

A People’s Vote on Brexit is a democratic imperative

The ‘best’ cannot mean the most exclusive

The UK’s least socially inclusive university is in need of radical admissions reform

Caroline Lucas Interview: “Labour doesn’t get the Environment”

The leader of the Green Party discusses Environmentalism, Labour, and Social justice.

Voluntourism: how a booming industry has real world consequences

Combining volunteering with tourism often harms rather than helps disadvantaged communities

Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary degree should be revoked

If the degree was awarded to honour human rights, can it not be revoked to honour human rights?

The government is wrong to dismiss abortion clinic buffer zones

Protests outside abortion clinics are a form of harassment which undermine the free choices of women

India’s legalisation of gay sex is India’s success, not the West’s

Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

The life-saving power of a hashtag

Male suicide prevention campaign #ItsOkayNotToBeOkay should not just be dismissed as virtue signalling

Crazy Rich Asians – it’s not just a film

An exploration of the socio-cultural dialogue sparked by the release of the film Crazy Rich Asians

Barcodes for the homeless: insulting or ingenious?

Tara Sallis and Sophie Kilminster debate the implications of giving barcodes to the homeless

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Should the ‘crackdown’ on degrees filter out 'unworthy' courses and universities and ensure that young people are not being mis-sold degrees at £9250 a year when another route would serve them best?

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