Last week, at the Salzburg Summit, the EU27 met to discuss a range of topics concerning the EU, chief among them was of course Brexit. After months of internal strife within the Tory Party, the membership abandoning Theresa May over her Chequers plan dubbed the ‘Brexit Betrayal’, she finally met with other member heads of state.
"So, is this a case of bureaucratic pencil-pushing or a genuinely ‘major review’ of tertiary education?" Joe Perry deconstructs Theresa May's speech on her plans for reviewing higher education in the UK.
"On Tuesday 30th January, Donald Trump proved that he could communicate in a manner other than 280 character tweets, delivering the 3rd longest State of the Union Address in 50 years". Read more about the speech and its claims here.
"The creative licence Wolff uses, and the concomitant faith we are expected to have in his creation, means that whilst we are indeed taken through the Looking Glass, the reader finds themselves much like Alice in Wonderland; questioning where reality ends and fantasy begins." In this article, Luke Walpole delves into Michael Wolff's new book, Fire and Fury.
Justine Greening stepped down from the government in decline of a new position offered up by Theresa May during her Cabinet re-shuffle last week. What impact did Greening have during her time and what led to her decision to resign from government?
Trump has never liked the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran (JCPOA). We deconstruct his comments on the deal here.
"Though this speech was thin on workable detail, the progressive future Sanders advocated was clearly popular." Read Luke Walpole's take on Bernie Sander's appearance here.