The Case Against Re-nationalizing the Railways

August 22, 2016 10:00 am1 comment
The Case Against Re-nationalizing the Railways

It would be an understatement to say that the Labour party has endured a fairly torrid start under the new leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. His handling of the (admittedly hostile) media, previous comments he has made on the IRA and other such groups, his handling of the shadow cabinet appointments, […]

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The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

June 29, 2016 4:29 pm0 comments
The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

This essay aims to give a better understanding of the extremely complex concept of Islam that nowadays seems to be the centre of an articulated dispute arisen after the horrific attacks of 9/11. The first chapter analyses the meaning of Islam commencing from the etymological roots to the study of […]

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The American Tories?

June 16, 2016 1:31 pm0 comments
The American Tories?

The United States differs from the United Kingdom in many ways. They have dollars; we have pounds. They call it soccer; we call it football. They drive on the right of the road; we drive on the left. The latter is a good analogy of both countries’ conservative parties’ positioning […]

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Days to Forget, Always Remembered

April 1, 2016 7:43 pm0 comments
Days to Forget, Always Remembered

It was a fledgling morning, the day we escaped. Sirens startled us awake, united by the haste of feet, and what signalled the sharpness of gunfire. Hurriedly, we fled with tear in wind, and flicker in heart, until home was but a fleck on a horizon of dust… Doors and […]

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