Half of young adults are not registered to vote in general elections


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Half of young adults are not registered to vote in general elections

Less than 50% of young adults and students are not yet registered to vote in the British general elections, new statistics show. The new voting system introduced in 2010, which meant … Continue Reading →


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Labour’s pledge to cut tuition fees to £6,000

“The government has designed a system which is burdening students with debt today and set to weigh down the taxpayer with more debt tomorrow” – Ed Miliband.
Labour … Continue Reading →


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KTV Welcomes Local Politicians to the Gulbenkian

KTV held their second recording of their current affairs debating programme, ‘The Third Degree’, at the Gulbenkian Theatre on 23 February. Panellists, including a number of candidates … Continue Reading →


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UKC Currents Affairs and Politics Society host General Elections Hustings

The UKC Currents Affairs and Politics Society (UKC CAPS) hosted a hustings session in Rutherford Lecture Theatre 1 on 12 February. The hustings was chaired by the society, and involved … Continue Reading →


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In Response to “Tony Blair: Is Democracy Dead?”

I feel your pain Tony Blair; I would definitely feel underpaid with £67,000 a year. Thank God the salary of the MPs is set to rise by 9% to £74,000 next year. Pardon? That’s still … Continue Reading →


Tory defector Mark Reckless joined Ukip. Photo: PA

The Highs and Lows of the Ukip Conference 2014

Following on from the Ukip Annual Conference in October, James Prentice runs us through some of the key points made, and how their idea of ‘governance changes as much as the wind … Continue Reading →

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