Introduction On 23rd June 2016, the United Kingdom will vote to decide whether the country is to remain or leave the European Union. For the first time in a generation, the general public will have the opportunity to formally declare their position on the U.K.’s membership in the EU, a declaration that could potentially transform […]Read More Should the United Kingdom leave the European Union?: Challenging Eurosceptics on the British economy
On Friday 8th May 2015, David Cameron stood victorious in front of the British media after witnessing the Conservative Party defy the polls and sweep to an unexpected triumph in the general election. In what was one of the most anticipated elections in recent history, the Tories would defeat their election opponents across the country […]Read More Should we question the integrity of the Conservatives victory in the 2015 General Election?
Introduction Once Michelle Obama joined the worldwide calls for the restoration of the missing schoolgirls in Nigeria – mercilessly kidnapped by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, it appeared that the ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ campaign had successfully galvanised the world’s leaders into actioning the swift return of the young children. However despite a growing […]Read More Is the world still concerned that over 200 schoolgirls remain missing in Nigeria?…
Introduction In the ongoing struggle between Israel and Palestine, one question that will always spring to is what will (if anything) bring the two conflicting states together? Well what is certainly true is that a feasible solution has yet to emerge. In fact, what has been particularly detrimental to the reconciliation process is the largely […]Read More Why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a product of miscalculated foreign intervention