Mr Corbyn. Hailed by many as the virtuous and morally influential saviour of our great nation. But, is he? He has also been submerged in waves of scrutiny for his socialist policies, arguably undemocratic conduct and his questionable ‘extremist’ links. Continue reading Could Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘moral’ ideas help the country? – A policy review
With big proponents of socialism, such as Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Jeremy Corbyn, rising in popularity, we can begin to question whether a ‘true socialist’ society would be mutually beneficial to everyone. The idea of financial equality and prosperity across the board with a, more or less, eliminated poverty line sounds absolutely fantastic, doesn’t it? Continue reading Socialism – is it the way forward?
When David Cameron called the referendum in 2016, he did it to shut up the Brexiteers. It was supposed to be a democratic solution that would eliminate scepticism of the desire of the people to leave the EU. David Cameron, and a lot of the remain campaign, didn’t see Brexit coming and in a lot of cases, didn’t anticipate having to act on it. Continue reading The Brexit vote – England’s identity crisis (Opinion Piece)
Yesterday, the United States was hit by another mass shooting. A white man, believed to be in his mid-30’s was shot dead in the city of Odessa, Texas after having killed 7 and injuring a further 22. Continue reading Gunning for a solution – How does the US get a grapple on its firearms issue?
Among the vast plethora of criticisms that Brexit has amassed over the last 3 years, one of the big critiques is often how Brexit is responsible for dividing the nation. It has often portrayed the ‘moronic’, ‘racist’ and ‘bigotted’ right wing have unified to shut down diversity and stop the immigration of minorities. Continue reading Virtue Signalling – Why it is responsible for polarising the UK (and the world)
I am not bashing the NHS but it is good to look at alternative views. When it comes to healthcare, the classic case that has been made (and I think so far it rings true) is that there are three specific criteria when judging a healthcare system. Continue reading Free market or socialised healthcare? The compelling case for a capitalist style system
Yesterday, former leader of the green party, Caroline Lucas has began attempting to form an all female only cabinet to mitigate the prospect of a no-deal Brexit happening on October 31st. Continue reading AFEMGERS ASSEMBLE! – Caroline Lucas’s big, all female, anti-Brexit cabinet.
Feminism has undergone a major social shift during the last couple of decades. The two original feminist waves in the 19th and 20th centuries helped gain legislative and socially-backed advances in women’s rights. The suffrage movement, in the 1800’s and throughout the 1900’s, helped to liberate the female gender. Continue reading Why the feminist 3rd wave is actually hurting our social fabric
Positive discrimination is a hot topic within the fields of social policy and the job market in the UK. It is also an issue that is largely discussed in the US with regard to the diversifying of the student selection process in US college campuses. Continue reading Positive Discrimination – effective or detrimental?
If you are big into Youtube content, or love a good dabble in the political sphere, you may be aware of the somewhat recent controversy surrounding demonetization of channels on the Youtube platform. It has all sparked from the recent demonetization of the ‘Louder with Crowder’ podcast. Continue reading Youtube’s channel assault – Examining the angles