Elizabeth Reynard writes about the most recent set-backs in a bad year for the British government.
William Atkinson writes an extended essay exploring the details behind results this year, and why Gavin Williamson should stay on.
Zaman Keinath-Esmail (reluctantly) makes the case for Joe Biden for president.
Not only are the plays set in an entirely different society with its own distinct and complex culture, but we are separated from these events by thousands of years. It is easier to address our own flaws, both personal and societal, when they wear the mask of someone else’s.
Shanklin was a nice escape from the banality of home; offering strolls along the beaches where happy doggos bound amongst the waves, ice cream stalls with an array of flavours, and cosy beachfront pubs to sit in and enjoy a pint.