The State of Nature report 2020, published by the World Wide Fund for Nature in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is a stark warning that our relationship with the natural world is fundamentally broken.
Oliver Bater discusses why Trump’s attacks on Biden are failing.
Christopher O’Neil breaks down the problems in Scottish access and advocates for revolution in outreach programmes and strategy, something he belives the Clydeside Project is leading.
Niall Shaban argues that Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris for the Vice-Presidency will fail to appease the progressives in the Democrats.
Cat Fraser explores cultural and geographical divides between north and south in the latest of the ‘Mind The Gap’ series.
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.
“Daniel Hubbard takes an in-depth look at the so-called refugee ‘crisis’, and examines the role of the UK in creating it in the first place.
Edmund Kelly examines the aftermath of the government’s hastily imposed travel restrictions