The knife crime crisis

Joe Pearce discusses the ethical debate around ‘stop and searches’ Knife-crime is a sensitive topic, one often dividing opinion nationally.…

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Bloodshed and tyranny in Colombia

By Laura Lucia Rodríguez Peña Colombia has a long history of war and conflict. Nevertheless, in 2016 the National Government signed…

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UEFA: Racism in the ranks?

By Will Day – staff writer Monday October 4th, is a day that Tyrone Mings will never forget. His international…

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A guide to absorbing culture shock

By Mallaury Martin – Staff Writer Going abroad can be both a life-changing experience and the hardest adventure ever. Living in another…

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Greta: Breaking patriarchy

By Saumya Jain – staff writer Greta Thunberg was recently declared to be the greatest threat to the fossil fuel…

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Germany: Economy or Environment?

By Rosanna Weber In Germany, more than one million school strikers have participated in Greta Thunberg’s Fridays For Future (FFF)…

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Monogamy: is the instinct extinct

By Isaac Hallé With over a third of marriages ending in divorce, polygamous ‘open’ relationships on the rise and expectations of…

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Cultural cleansing in Xinjiang

Miles Harkin questions if The West is contributing enough towards fighting the genocide of China’s Muslim minority. In 2016, allegations…

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Musicians vs Politicians

By Louis Johnson – Comment Sub-Editor Why should we value music? In an age of identity politics where empathy appears…

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Seeking refuge on Samos

By Emma Taylor On a pine covered island in the eastern Aegean, surrounded by a sea of blue, enough to…

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