• Feature

    Egypt, Sisi and the Egyptian Protest Law

    By anonymous Amidst chaos and disorder across the region from the brutality of Assad in Syria and ISIS in Iraq and the levant, Saudi-Yemeni led coalition, oil crisis in the GCC and the enduring issue [...]
  • No Picture
    Opinion

    A Form of Purging

    Purge: “the removal or elimination of members of a political organization, government, nation, etc., who are considered disloyal or otherwise undesirable.” By Oliver Henryk Roberts The time in which the behaviours of Harvey Weinstein has [...]
  • Breathe News US

    World Water Day

    By Laura Boero Subedited by Jasmine Wing International World Water Day is held annually on 22nd March dedicated to the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources and to inspire [...]
  • Opinion

    Can communism work for us all, after all?

    By Ellis O’brien Subedited by Yasi Qureshi and Jasmine Wing Communism is the ideology that all property should be owned by the community, with each person contributing to their best ability and receiving according to [...]
LGBT

New Yorkers Get Third Gender Option

By Haneen Hameed | @haneenhameed6 Sub-edited by Jasmine Wing and Zahida Khan | @jasminew_bn @zahidak_bn Last month, The New York City Council introduced a third gender option on birth certificates for individuals who don’t identify […]

Enviroment

Jeremy Corbyn and The Green Job Revolution

By Lucy Jackson | @Lucyajackson Subedited by Jasmine Wing | @JasmineW_BN “There is no bigger threat facing humanity than climate change, we must lead by example” exclaimed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the 2018 Labour […]

Business

Universal Credit Leaving Workers Out of Pocket

By Lucy Jackson | @Lucy_BreatheN Subedited by Jasmine Wing | @JasmineW_BN New evidence from the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has recently put the spotlight back on to the controversial Universal Credit (UC) benefits system. […]

Crime
No Picture
Human Rights
Politics

Brexit’s Unresolved Demons

By Oliver Henryk Roberts Following Brexit has been a profoundly unglamorous experience. It hasn’t been remotely close to exciting and it appears to have left many of us on the ground completely bungled as how […]

London

Grenfell Tower: covered but not forgotten

By Heeral Pattni | @heeral_p The white sheet that now covers Grenfell Tower is a necessary step in healing. But, it potentially paints the tragedy in a more subtle light than it should be remembered. […]

Politics

America’s longest war is now in its 17th year

By Habiba Iqbal The events that unfolded on September 11th 2001-single-handedly shook the turn of this century. America suffered a great loss that day with nearly 3000 people killed and nearly 6000 others injured. Casualties […]

Opinion

The House of Trump

In May 2017, The Guardian ran an article titled “Who said it: Donald Trump or Frank Underwood?”. Compiled by Stuart Jeffries, are a bevvy of outrageous quotes said by either Donald Trump or Frank Underwood […]

Crime

The UK Judicial System and Women

By Charis Hill | @HillCharis 2018 has been deemed the year of the Woman. It comes as 2018 marks the 100th year anniversary of many women being given the opportunity to make vast influential decisions. […]

Feature

The connection between pornography and child sexual abuse

By Angela Roberts | @writer_ange Angela Roberts takes a deeper look into the links between increased pornography use and child exploitation With the increased prominence of the internet in our everyday lives and particularly the […]

News
Business
News

Renegotiating the intergenerational contract

By John Copper | @jc_is_on_the_rails It’s reasonably safe to say that parents expect their children to be better off than they were at the same age. Research shows that, across age groups, the majority of […]

Feature

Turning Point: What Triggered Europe’s Far-Right Rise?

By Skylar Pridgeon Subedited by Catherine De Guise and Jasmine Wing Europe has gone through an identity crisis in recent years, and the far-right have benefited tremendously from this period of political instability across our […]

Breathe News US

Google bans ads for bail bond services

Google and Facebook, the world’s most dominant online-advertising companies, will no longer take money from America’s for-profit bail bond agencies, siding with a growing national movement to eliminate cash bail from the criminal justice system. […]

Politics

What the Times Up Movement is and why it is so vital?

By Ella Thwaites The Times Up Movement started on the 1st of January 2018 in response to the Weinstein scandal and #MeToo. The movement set up a Legal Defence Fund which provides subsidised legal support […]

News

Musician Marci Phonix’s take on the Windrush debate

By Jasmine Wing Marci Phonix featured on Channel 4 News to debate the appalling treatment of British Caribbeans known as the Windrush Generation by the UK government. Marci was alongside journalist and chair of the […]

Politics
Business
Breathe News US

World Water Day

By Laura Boero Subedited by Jasmine Wing International World Water Day is held annually on 22nd March dedicated to the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources and to inspire […]

London

The Surge Of Stabbings: Taken Too Soon

By Jasmine Wing There is no doubt that the shocking statistics on knife crime are disturbing however after visiting the Ben Kinsella exhibition space in Finsbury Library, I was moved by the emotion brought to […]

Civil Rights
Crime
No Picture
Opinion

A Form of Purging

Purge: “the removal or elimination of members of a political organization, government, nation, etc., who are considered disloyal or otherwise undesirable.” By Oliver Henryk Roberts The time in which the behaviours of Harvey Weinstein has […]

Politics
Civil Rights

LGBT history month is upon us!

By Habiba Iqbal February 2018 is the 14th LGBT history month here in the UK and many places have taken to promoting LGBT visibility by hanging out a dazzling rainbow spectrum of light-loud and proud. […]

Opinion

Grammar Schools: A test for success?

By Ellis O’brien Subedited by Sapphire Brooks With the recent agreement to the expansion of Grammar Schools under May’s government are we erasing the social classes like she claims or will the creation of more […]

Opinion
Opinion

Rethinking Sex

By Catherine de Guise Subedited by Oliver Roberts An introductory article to a series of articles examining our ideas about sex, gender and sexuality to use the past to help improve the present. Feminism encompasses […]

Opinion

Can The Digital Revolution Help Us Survive?

By Zoë Maggs In 2013, sci-fi film ‘Elysium’ impressed its viewers with the idea of an alternative, unpolluted habitat set 150 years in the future. A place where disease is eradicated by ‘Med-bays’ all-in-one human […]

Opinion

A ‘natural born troll’: The Media and Political Representation

By Lucy Brinkley Before the first presidential debate between Kennedy and Nixon, politics hadn’t been considered suitable for television. It is now widespread knowledge that the debate transformed Kennedy’s chance of presidency. It could be […]

Opinion
Politics

Trump 2020, by the numbers

By Oliver Roberts Subedited by Anjali Gaur Writing on an American establishment outside of America, whilst not being an American citizen who stands to bear the fruit or ills of such, should feel like something […]

Politics

The ‘forsaken sector’: Govia Thameslink Railway

By Oliver Roberts Subedited by Lee Wyton Thameslink Railway has a tangled history, which is not anything remotely new. In fact, reading through the history and chronology of Thameslink as a brand, the word ‘stale’ […]

Entertainment

UK rappers in jail

By Jasmine Wing “penitentiary” A prison, penitentiary, or correctional facility is a place in which individuals are physically confined or interned and usually deprived of a range of personal freedoms. Crazy Titch 2005 – Present […]

Opinion

Should church and state be kept separate?

By Manisha Matthews Subedited by Lee Wyton The belief of keeping the church and state separate by removing religionis exerting influence within the legal sphere, in both the creation of legislation and governance. To which, […]

Civil Rights
Opinion

Can communism work for us all, after all?

By Ellis O’brien Subedited by Yasi Qureshi and Jasmine Wing Communism is the ideology that all property should be owned by the community, with each person contributing to their best ability and receiving according to […]

Feature
Opinion

Climate Change and Me

Big business and politics: Powering the climate crisis with Co2, collusion, elitism and apathy. By Kirsty Archer As a white, European, middle-classed woman, producing on average 10 tonnes of carbon a year, it will be […]