Alex Miller analyses what the normalisation of relation between Bahrain and Israel means for the Middle East.
Alex Miller discusses Vicky Osterweil’s In Defense of Looting, and why looting should always be condemned.
The Home Office’s Treatment of asylum seekers shows a blatant disregard for psychological research on trauma, leaving those who are in desperate need of help in even more vulnerable positions, Freya Rennison reports.
Famous musicians using their platforms to espouse their political opinions is not a new phenomenon. It is also not remotely new that even musicians who otherwise produce completely apolitical music use their fame to put forward these opinions. And this phenomenon has only increased as artists have wrestled their public presentation and narrative away from Read More…
A bill has been presented to Parliament to provide what its supporters call “a clear framework, based on scientific reality, to deliver the UK’s commitments to the 2015 UN Paris Climate Agreement and to tighten up current UK legislation.” The objectives of the Private Members’ Bill, which has the backing of MPs from 7 opposition Read More…
Sir Ed Davey has won the race to become Leader of the Liberal Democrats, defeating rival MP Layla Moran.
James Carville, the Democratic Party’s most outspoken political strategist, provides his take on the party’s prospects in November’s presidential election: an upbeat outlook supported by the polling data.
Jeevika Bali analyses Boris Johnson’s new House of Lord’s list and its implications for British democracy.
Oliver Bater explores how Johnson’s recent poor performances at Prime Minister’s Questions expose a more fundamental weakness with his leadership: a fear of criticism .
Ben O’Brien writes about his experience of Politics at Oxford.