Cameron: Refusing to take part in the TV debates, is not only an insult to young people, but shows the electorate as a whole utter contempt.


The broadcasters have planned one seven-party debate, in line with Cameron's requests to '#InviteTheGreens'

Cameron: Refusing to take part in the TV debates, is not only an insult to young people, but shows the electorate as a whole utter contempt.

“I have to say to the Prime Minister: If he really thinks that these exchanges once a week are the substitute for a proper television debate, then he’s even more out of touch than … 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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Legal Loopholes for Tax Avoidance should not be legal

Tax evasion has apparently now spawned an alternate, subdued, subtle form; that of ‘tax avoidance’. This sly and apparently legal method of ‘avoiding’ tax is actually exactly … Continue Reading →


The Third Degree

KTV’s political debate show The Third Degree will stage its second episode at the Gulbenkian on 24 February.
The event will see key political figures debate issues which are important … Continue Reading →


Every Political Interview NEEDS a Bulls**t Buzzer

“Nick Clegg did well. Really well. I mean, really, really, really well.”
Nobody could have expected this opinion to have been voiced ever again after the tuition fee fiasco … 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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