By Charlie Carr If I asked you to name a South American country with sky-high inflation rates and in the midst of economic turmoil, chances are you would say Venezuela. But, in fact, this is also applicable to Argentina, a … Continue reading Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina
By Georgia Kitchener In our busy twenty-first century lives, we are often short of time but still overwhelmed by the choice of products when shopping; this is why branding and imagery are so important to consumers and beneficial for producers. … Continue reading How does Branding Brand Us?
By Rachel Seeland Scott In recent years, anyone who has even glanced at any news format will have at least heard the phrase ‘alt-right’ in one context or another. A loosely connected group of fanatical right-wing extremists, many different forms … Continue reading The Alt-right, Germany and Us
By Charlie Carr
After recent news that Prince Charles will succeed the Queen as the head of the
Commonwealth, and also the recent success of the Commonwealth Games, people have
been thinking and talking about the opportunities the Commonwealth can provide. Continue reading The Opportunities of the Commonwealth
By Molly Smith
In 1950’s Russia violence was not accepted as criminal; even murder. But when patterns suggesting the systematic killings of children appear, we witness detective, Leo Demidov, fight not only a battle with Stalin’s totalitarian state to try and solve these crimes, but an internal one as to whether the trusted system he had remained so loyal to all his life was really just an ineffectual and brutal dictatorship. Continue reading Review of Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith
Joseph Sparke Continue reading Dear Abraham
By Katie Wassell and Otto Odone.
Last year homelessness, perhaps unsurprisingly, grew. It has now reached a ten-year high, and concerns are growing countrywide about this increase in rough sleepers. Continue reading What can we do to tackle homelessness in the UK?