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Reactionary attitudes toward Brexit are failing

Stamping our feet and wailing about patriotism while our bemused EU partners cough politely is embarrassing

Hes East expansion will bring life to campus

The University’s development of its younger campus will help bridge the gap between Campus West and Campus East life

Loneliness does not have to be faced alone

Loneliness stems from many issues that need addressing, the first solution is to acknowledge that it affects all people

LGBTQ+ rights: one step forward, two steps back?

President Trump is leading the fight for global resistance to LGBTQ+ rights

Catalan Independence is one problem too many

With all the current issues that the EU has to deal with, a demand for Catalonian Independence is the last straw

Fracking: environmental enemy number one?

Despite being labeled for massive protest, Seren Hughes argues that fracking is no worse than other fossil fuels

Europe’s Iron Chancellor is starting to rust

The German Federal elections of 2017 show that both the far left and right are benefiting from a divisive Chancellor

Don’t be fooled: Theresa is teetering on the Edge

After significant losses in the 2017 General Election, Theresa May’s fragility in leadership is a liability for the nation

Democracy: the antidote to the new separatism

Belief in the nation is a desire for representation

The Left against Brexit: don’t Labour the point

Now that Labour finally has a coherent Brexit policy, let’s not ruin it

Freshers are adults, so treat them that way

With the aftermath of Freshers’ Week, we must talk about drinking seriously, not pour the problem down the drain

Judaism has taught me the value of religious tolerance

Society has lost sight of the benefits of religion, and this breeds prejudice