Why Donald J. Trump could actually be a good thing for the United States. As much as we utterly loathe it, Trump is doing well in his campaign. For some bizarre reason a large portion of America appears to have a fetish for rambling, insolent, overgrown man children with hair not dissimilar to rice noodles.… Continue reading Why Donald J. Trump could actually be good thing for the United States.
While the view that slavery ended in the 19th century is one that allows us to comfortably float around without a care, the fact that the International Labour Organisation estimate that 21million men, women and children are bound by a form of slavery in the modern day is sure to burst this bubble[i]. Defined as… Continue reading 21 million people experience slavery each day.
America’s obsession with guns has become an epidemic. If you live in America you can wake up with your coffee and pancakes, go to work on the subway and have a great day following the American Dream. You can come home to your white picket fence and your 2.5 children and talk about their school… Continue reading America’s obsession with guns has become an epidemic.
Corbyn’s non vengeful ‘revenge shuffle’- what happened, what we can learn about Labour, and what still could happen. Jeremy Corbyn’s planned reshuffle, just a few months after announcing his initial cabinet left the political world anxiously waiting to see who would make the cut and who would get the cut. Well we waited, and waited… Continue reading Corbyn’s non vengeful ‘revenge shuffle’- what happened, what we can learn about Labour, and what could still happen.
Why Hilary Benn’s pro-war speech embodied everything that is wrong with British Politics. This week, the media was canvassed with the face of Shadow Foreign Secretary, Hilary Benn. The man who swayed those Labour MP’s who were stuck on the fence and the man who just placed himself in the prime position for the next… Continue reading Why Hilary Benn’s pro-war speech embodied everything that is wrong with British Politics.