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    Dominic Raab attends a remote G7 meeting

    The Conservatives’ attack on the ECHR: A Long Time Coming

    "Scrapping the ECHR and starting afresh with a ‘British Bill of Rights’ would embolden the government with both symbolic and literal power." Ciara Garcha investigates the history of the 'British Bill of Rights' and considers how it would impact the UK's relationship with the European Union.

    It Can’t Happen Here … Again? The GOP After Trump

    As tempting as it may be to simply move on from the Trump presidency, four cathartic years now over and the American republic redeemed, we ought not to look upon the political currents which swept the 45th President to power as mere spent forces never again to re-emerge.

    A Level Results Day: a ‘kick in the teeth’ for social...

    "The overall result is that in a year where the imperative to work at home has already disproportionately impacted pupils from lower socio-economic backgrounds, the education gap has been well and truly entrenched by A Level results that amplify disadvantage."

    OPINION: History tells us that the Conservatives’ PR switch is destined...

    'A botched response to Covid-19 reveal a government of incompetents who are blasé about their inability to rule and reckless in their pursuit of risk.'

    Unelected, Unrepentant, Untouchable

    Seeing the Daily Mail and The Guardian seemingly in agreement on a political scandal can only be described as a strange phenomenon. Yet this is exactly...

    Refugees in the Time of Corona: How We Fail Those Most...

    Sofia Cotterill explores how our government is failing those fleeing from violence and persecution.

    Tories and Culture

    The election of a new conservative government begs the question of how British culture and the Arts will be affected. Close to a decade of Tory rule caused a sharp decline in the funding and support of art and culture throughout the nation, and it seems like it's not getting any better.

    Cambridge Conservatives propose: “this house prefers Prince Andrew to Meghan Markle”

    Cambridge University Conservative Association (CUCA) have debated a motion entitled “This House prefers Prince Andrew to Meghan Markle.” The motion, which was presented at...

    Conserving Culture : Not on the Tory Agenda

    The election of a new conservative government begs the question of how British culture and the Arts will be affected. Close to a decade of Tory rule caused a sharp decline in the funding and support of art and culture, and it doesn’t look like it’s getting any better.

    May’s gone, who’s next?

    "Whether it’s Boris, Moggy, Raab, Javid or whoever the Tories choose, it is safe to say we’re f**ked."