All posts tagged brexit

Does childhood exist anymore? If we aren’t going to change our society for ourselves, we have to at least make it better for the next generation

Who remembers being ten? I can’t say my first year in the big double figures is that memorable, but as far I can recall, it was pretty good. Yes, my […]

The Tyranny of Certainty: The Politics of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

It is safe to say that recent politics has been overrun by epochs of political tribalism. At least in the UK, that is, where the tumults of Brexit have divided […]

Brexit, Billboards and Big Money: The Role of Propaganda in Democracies

If you were to cast your mind back these two past years, you’ll find yourself back within the strenuous turmoil that was the Brexit referendum; strenuous, because it was an […]

A Bit Of Good News

After the scaremongering I’ve seen in the papers about how we need to stockpile on European resources in case of a no-deal Brexit (I don’t want Brexit as much as […]

Rees-Mogg: What Actually Happened?

So, Jacob Rees-Mogg spoke at our university. Tickets sold out within hours, which is unusual even given the quality events that the Mile End Institute puts on. The queue, I’m […]

The Future of Business Is You – An Interview With McDonald’s Senior Staff Manager Christopher King

I think the one thing that terrifies us more than anything, as the end of Uni approaches, is the prospect of facing the real world without much of a clue […]

How Brexit Got Even More ScreweDUP

This week’s Brexit negotiations yet again prove the weakness of May’s premiership and the attitude to the DUP indicates that the Conservatives have still not learned their lessons from the […]

Growing Pains – The Conservatives and their Youth Crisis

The Conservatives are in crisis, not just in terms of their leadership, but in terms of ideas and future membership. The party has to ask itself real questions about policy, […]

Jo Johnson and Freeze Peach

I wanted to write about almost anything that wasn’t the Conservative Party and their inability to do anything useful or clever. But no. This week marks a new policy from […]