In our first ‘Letters to the Editors’, our readers discuss the right to ignore, rather than listen to, hate; the government’s responses to the pandemic, and reactions to university during Covid-19.
Amy Sankey explains how the UK’s Covid ‘strategy’ differs from those of the countries it claims to emulate.
Keir Maclean questions the government’s recent response to COVID-19.
Alex Miller analyses what the normalisation of relation between Bahrain and Israel means for the Middle East.
“Despite its clear importance, the concern over a potential ‘theft’ of the election in November has been massively overblown.”
Recent concern over the USPS and some of President Trump’s comments has led to a fear of voter suppression by the current administration. William McCathie argues that, actually, we have nothing to fear.
Oliver White explores some effects of Michaelmas Covid-19 restrictions on university and college life.
Zaman Keinath-Esmail explores the interplay between facts, feelings, and liberalism’s failings.
Mhairi Tait discusses why we shouldn’t be afraid of Scottish nationalism and how it differs from other nationalist movements that use dangerous rhetoric and often xenophobic policies.
Alex Miller discusses Vicky Osterweil’s In Defense of Looting, and why looting should always be condemned.
Elizabeth Reynard explores how Bella Thorne’s seemingly well-intentioned career on OnlyFans has managed to damage the empowering and feminist ends it aimed to promote.