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Logan Paul, apologies, and content without politics

Charlie Ralph attempts to clarify what is so troubling about the controversy surrounding so many YouTube celebrities

A Snowy Nightmare

With the increase in hazardous weather, Alessandra Zannier argues that it time for real investment in our infrastructure

No, I wouldn’t eat a burger for a million pounds

Any monetary value is too high a price for the death of a sentient being

British Liberals: your country needs you

Forget Brexit, the time has come for Liberal Democrats to take the moderate centre ground and make it radical. To save Britain from a shambolic government, and a dangerous opposition, argues Ben Rowden

Third Year job hunting is a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be

“First year is beer year, second year is spear year, third year is fear year”, JP’s words of wisdom from Fresh Meat, ring true for some third years right now, argues Jonny Moynihan

Student unions must work with, not against, their papers

Student media must have the freedom to hold the University to account, regardless of the interests of the student union

Rohingya refugee crisis: hypocrisy of democracy?

The reforms of Aung San Suu Kyi have been completely shattered by the humanitarian crisis

Tax havens are not the devil and here’s why

The Paradise Papers do not display immorality in itself; instead they highlight the national need for major tax reform

Academic freedom should be a cornerstone of policy

Universities must foster an environment of healthy debate on campus

York is boring? It’s clear you don’t enjoy lakes

Why the challenge that York is dull is just childish arrogance that other UK universities use to be chauvinistic

University fees make tuition not worth our while

The economic burden of university is too high

Allegations against MPs are the tip of the iceberg

With sexual harassment allegations against Members of Parliament, it’s clear that it’s too easy for MPs to abuse their power