“Social media isn’t a platform for debate, it’s a platform for political indoctrination, and in the comment section the mob rules, so you better be on the right side.” Continue reading How The Internet Made Young People Politically Lazy
“We can no longer afford to shy away from uncomfortable facts or difficult truths which challenge our beliefs. We can no longer afford to antagonise people away from the left and force them into the hands of the far right.” Continue reading The Problem With Us Young People On The Left
“Most significantly, (Trump) demonstrated to the world that the US, as the world’s last superpower, should be heeded when it sets red lines.” Continue reading Trump’s Foreign Policy Might Not Be The One We Deserve, But It’s Certainly The One We Need
“Putin doesn’t give a damn about Trump. For all he cares, Hillary could’ve won and it wouldn’t have made the slightest bit of difference.” Continue reading Trump Is No Russian Puppet, We Are The Ones Truly Under Putin’s Control
A fearful, out of luck white working class, side lined for decades, was given a choice between a loud mouth jock, who spoke his mind and promised to actually bring change, or the ultimate institutional candidate who promised nothing other than more of the same. What on earth did we all expect would happen? Continue reading It’s Time For The Left To Look At Itself And Realise, Trump Is The Monster We Created
When the media catches on to an embarrassing story of an influential celebrity or politician, be it Cliff Richard or Simon Danczuk, it seizes it with both hands and rips it into the public sphere. But this begs the question, was it ever our right to know in the first place? Continue reading The Trial of Keith Vaz: Are Our Private Lives of Public Interest?
All of the inherent problems with the Grammar system could be tackled, and Grammar schools could truly be an equal opportunity vehicle for social mobility, but to further deny it needs reform would be true negligence. Continue reading In Defense of Grammar Schools