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Slashing Funding for the Arts Will Ruin England’s Creative Sector

Abra Heritage | Editor in Chief Funding cuts for arts courses and London universities have been confirmed under Gavin Williamson’s plans to instead drive funding into science, technology and engineering. These reforms will halve the funding subsidy for arts subjects from the beginning of the 2021 academic year. Previously, the Office for Students would provide £243 per full-time student per year. Now, full time arts … Continue reading Slashing Funding for the Arts Will Ruin England’s Creative Sector

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By Turning Our Backs on International Aid, We Fail the World

George Woods | Opinion and Debate Editor On 13th July 2021, the Conservative government successfully passed their motion of cutting foreign aid from being 0.7% of gross national income down to 0.5%. This is a £4 billion-pound reduction of support to the poorest nations during a precedent health crisis of a magnitude not seen in modern history. The motion, carried by 333 Ayes to 298 … Continue reading By Turning Our Backs on International Aid, We Fail the World

Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

Svilena Iotkovska | Editor As of July 2019, the UK’s former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, is Britain’s new Prime Minister and leader of the Tory party. His stance on Brexit has evoked worry in the nation, as he has promised to deliver Brexit by the 31st of October with or without a deal. This ‘do or die’ approach and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit … Continue reading Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

A Tale of Two Systems: Anti-Government Protests in Hong Kong

Editor | Cassandra Lau Today, 1 July 2019, marks the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China. 1 July is celebrated annually as a day of pro-democracy by the Hong Kong people who take to the streets in peaceful protest. However, with on-going tensions concerning the controversial extradition bill, this year’s protest has been turbulent to say the least. Geared up in hard construction … Continue reading A Tale of Two Systems: Anti-Government Protests in Hong Kong

‘Delay No More’, Anon.

Delay No More  Delay no more Discussion of our handover. Our future, discussed over Foreign blood. ‘How’s that Pekking Duck’, smiles Deng, ‘A little raw’, Thatcher notes.  Delay no more Discussion of bold men, In cravats and ties. Panda express, ‘one Donald deal, with a side of Leung.’ System Error.  Delay no more Discussion of broken umbrellas, Abducted books, and anger infused tears. Take our … Continue reading ‘Delay No More’, Anon.