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 →

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 →

“Oh, I don’t vote. It’s not like it’ll make a difference.”

“Oh, I don’t vote. It’s not like it’ll make a difference.” That right there, is a defeatist statement. The sort that’s trotted out not just by young people or students, … Continue Reading →
Nick Clegg. Photo: Wikipedia

“It’s not the time to hit workers with increased taxes, but a time to find alternative ways to help cut our deficit.”

Munira Heptullabhai looks into the Liberal Democrat Conference, offering her insights into how they have “sacrificed what little is left of the trust that people have in politicians” … Continue Reading →
mobile phones

Mobile Phone Named as One Item Students Can’t Live Without

We all knew that the popularity of mobile phones amongst young people has continued to grow in recent years, but a new survey reveals that not only are mobile phones viewed as essential, … Continue Reading →

The Greens – “A Party Worth Voting For”

  With the Green Party polling at 18% popularity among students, Ersi Kalentzi gives her view on the “most viable alternative on the current political stage”. In 2013, … Continue Reading →

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