News Britain voted to leave the EU was met with disbelief and even tears from many young people. With 75 Continue reading
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York has been on crisis mode since Storm Eva overcame its River Foss flood defences. With one month’s worth of Continue reading
HEFCE Advisor, Julian Davies explained to me it was “government policy that these awards be available for those who have paid the higher tuition fees from 2012”. But the restriction demands us to ask why the Government are targeting only this narrow cohort of students?
“It’s just an odd time to do it, just after the electorate have just issued their verdict”, he went on. But there is no verdict in democracy. No final say.
Society is thus bound to remain divided into two hostile camps, and in such conditions freedom is a vain word. Continue reading
“It may not be the farmers right now, but it may be their sons or daughters. There is no technology that hasn’t changed the job market.”
A meaningful campaign is more than petitions and pledges. It must target the lad culture permitted on campus.