Britons remain positive about refugee rights

Britons remain positive about refugee rights

Britons remain positive about refugee rights by Charlotte Peel Diverse Britain The coronavirus pandemic has led to harder attitudes towards enforcing national borders. Nonetheless, British attitudes towards refugees remain positive. Despite many feeling uneasy about...
Politics in review

Politics in review

Politics in review by Keiran Pedley Politics The Conservatives and Labour are moving in opposite directions in the polls – but will it last? Looking back at a truly unforgettable 2020, we are reminded that if a week is a long time in politics, a year is an eternity....
Brexit: the end of the beginning

Brexit: the end of the beginning

Brexit: the end of the beginning by Kelly Beaver Politics Having paralysed parliament for three years and seen off two Prime Ministers, the General Election in December 2019 was going to resolve Brexit and was meant to be the beginning of the end. Then along came...
The end of the Union?

The end of the Union?

The end of the Union? by Emily Gray Politics Following a hard-fought contest, Scots voted to stay in the United Kingdom at the 2014 referendum on independence – 55% voted No to Scotland becoming an independent country, while 45% voted Yes. Fast forward six years...