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Never mind the policies: Venezuela is a living tragedy

With the oil money drying up, democracy is nothing more than an inconvenience for Maduro

I rediscovered Harry Potter at age 18, and found I needed him more than ever

A year on from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s West End opening, Oscar Bentley reminisces on the place Harry Potter holds in his – and our – childhoods

A Procrastinator Sings

Dan Hall was supposed to write an article on procrastination – but procrastinated doing it

Women in leadership and why there’s a long way to go

Being YUSU Prez has showed Millie Beach SU some of the hurdles still to come

To survive, the EU must learn to compromise

The European Union is an ambitious project, but it won’t last if it punishes the UK for leaving and continues to resist reform

Don’t count politicians out of pop culture

Engaging with pop culture makes politicians look far less out of touch and, if used right, can be invaluable political capital

The memes of production aren’t for praising Stalin

Stop romanticisng Soviet dictators with memes

We Muslims must keep reaching out on campus

Muslim students have done a lot in the last year – and it should stay that way

CLASH OF COMMENT: Should the UK hold another general election?

Yes – Nick Meadowcroft-Lunn Theresa May’s “gamble” wasn’t even worthy of the title. With several weeks until a general election…

Cost should be no barrier to British citizenship

The expensive application for British citizenship leaves immigrants who grew up in the UK unfairly disenfranchised

The University has failed on mental health

The University’s refusal to consult, or even undergo scrutiny from, the student body is a vast hindrance to its efforts