If you’ve heard anyone in a blue tie on television speak in the last 4 months chances are they’ve stated that Miliband (the sexy one, if twitter is anything to go by) would consider joining forces with the SNP but what does this mean for our glorious unified nation? Tim Moss investigates…
Browsing: Outside the Bubble
How are the parties individually grabbing our attention? What strategies are they using to attract us as voters? Katie Wilson comments on the things that are jumping out the most.
In this opinionated piece, Beatrice Quarshie airs her views on the Loughborough Constituency.
To explain this, we need to firstly understand how the voting system for our government works; which is called First Past the Post. Lizzie Akass explains.
Up until recently, the battle for number ten has circled around the Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats.
Katherine Hardiman looks into how and why this may have changed.
NUS Presidential Candidate Leon French is withdrawing his candidacy from the election after the Liar Liar campaign proved the NUS maybe too far from reforming,…
The NUS is alienating the very people they claim to represent, and their Liar Liar campaign launched April 16th is just more evidence how.
With the likes of Russell Brand and Eddie Izzard being increasingly seen in political spheres, should celebrities be endorsed to promote political engagement?
LIVE COMMENTARY- KATIE WILSON
BBC Leaders’ Debate Thursday 16th April.