Oliver Wheatley

Oliver has written 5 articles for Nouse

We need to be smarter about campus feminism

If feminism is ever going to achieve its aims, men have to be part of the conversation

Milliband’s Hackgate Honeymoon

After facing a considerably rocky stretch as Labour leader, Ed Milliband has managed to capitalise on the scandalous fervour surrounding the telephone hacking extravaganza and David Cameron’s seemingly dubious ties with some of its more dastardly culprits

The ‘No’ Campaign’s exhibition in gutter politics

Politics is a dirty business. It is littered with sleaze, grease and indefatigable egos and that all comes before breakfast. But the current dogfight over the May 5th referendum is proving to be particularly filthy

The value of dissent

Today, despite the weeks of student protests, the government passed the bill to raise tuition fees. So were all our efforts in vain?

Perspectives: is Obama a Lame Duck?

Just two years ago, America happily unburdened all their problems on the knight in shining armour, who was to turn the nightmare into a fairytale. Today, the stallion has ridden away and the dust is slowly settling around America’s crumbling dreams. What went wrong?