It was reported this week that many British students will leave college with an average debt of £50,000. In an interview on BBC’s Newsnight, the Minster of State for Universities, Jo Johnson, said the upside of this dismal statistic was that there were more kids than ever acquiring degrees. How awful that the government cannot … Continue reading UK Student Debt: The fees aren’t the problem
There’s something about Mrs. May The current UK General Election campaign is beginning to resemble a TV game show. The Tories are doing all they can to turn the race for No.10 into a head-to-head face-off between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn: a political drama with all the makings of a truly vicious episode of Your Face … Continue reading Why is Theresa May so popular?
If David Cameron was so certain that an exit from the EU would have such dire consequences for Britain, why did he call the referendum in the first place? If European unity is such a necessity in this increasingly globalised and volatile world, as cameron argued throughout the campaign, why did he even give the nation … Continue reading Why did Brexit happen?
What is Brexit? Who is against it and why do they want to remain in the EU? Who is for it and why do they want to leave the EU?What are the key issues of the campaign so far?