Nigel Farage: I vote leave

Siobhan Middleton argues that now we’ve had the Brexit vote, it’s time we heard less from Nigel Farage

The case of Ched Evans shows that our society still has a troubling view of rape

Chloe Kent argues that the rape acquittal of Ched Evans reveals latent misogyny in our society

Boris Johnson: 21st Century Realpolitik

Can the Brexiteer justify writing a pro EU article days before his endorsement of leave?
Jan de Boer asks what this tells us about the man

“Killer clowns”: Are you not entertained?

As the craze of disturbing clown pranks continues, Izzy Moore asks if our own fixation with the morbid and the macabre is to blame

Consent education must start earlier to change minds

Consent is a crucial issue, but is university the arena in which to address it?

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Should Jeremy Corbyn still be leader of the Labour party?

YES – Jacob Miller The question ‘Should Corbyn be leader’ should not have to be asked. I say this because…

When left and right bicker, their refugee hopes flicker

With both parties engaging in ideological sparring, we must find a pragmatic consensus

Harambe: Don’t you forget about memes

Cinncinnati Zoo have requested that the internet stop memeing incessantly about its late gorilla. The internet has responded, ‘no’

Emergency care for all, even the NY bomber

Civilised societies must define themselves by how they treat their enemies, particularly under the pressure that comes with ‘terrorism’

Trigger warnings have a place in society

Trigger warnings have been unfairly demonised by the mainstream narrative: they’re meant to protect people without stifling debate

Why every student ought to back the UCU

Strike action isn’t taken lightly and nor is it born of greed. It is the most sensible option