All posts tagged Politics

France’s Gilets Jaunes

    For the past few days, France has been experiencing turmoil due to the government’s raise of taxes, particularly targeting fuel in the pursuit of its environmental policies. The […]

Subscription politics.

Brexit won by a margin of 3.8% and although Hilary won the popular vote – it was only by 2.1%. If a government doesn’t win by a landslide is it […]

Politics Versus Family.

I have been told on many occasions to avoid talking about politics for the sake of a ‘nice time with family’. The precursor to holiday dinners is always a list […]

How Kanye Functions.

I’ve been spending half a month wrapping my head around Kanye West and our hypocritical champagne socialist media complex and then he went and decided to become apolitical out of […]

MUSE – An introduction

= M U S E = What MUSE is: Muse is a platform for anybody who is a girl, or identifies as one, at QMUL. No matter your race, religion, […]

Kavanaugh and women’s reproductive rights

For once in his presidency, President Trump delivered on one of his promises by nominating a pro-life candidate, Brett Kavanaugh, for a seat on the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh is a […]

Exclusive Interview with Jermain Jackman – winner of the 2014 series of The Voice.

Today, on Tuesday the 18th of September, Jermain Jackman, winner of the BBC’s The Voice 2014 series, will be performing at 100 Wardour St as part of the venue’s ‘Soho SoulTown’ […]

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 […]