In June 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union, nonetheless three years on the deal is yet to go through. It is without doubt that there is a general sense of frustration now surrounding Brexit as many people have simply lost interest in the deal; I spoke to a handful of people to... Continue Reading →
Since February, Hong Kong has hit the news for its protests against the proposed changes to its extradition laws. It is important to consider the wider context of the protests and the historical divide between China and Hong Kong in order to truly engage with these current events and the feelings of Hong Kong and... Continue Reading →
Within the past three years, the western world has seen two key political events which hint towards a public quest for change: the 2016 election of Donald Trump and the EU Referendum both countered the established political pattern. It is important to note that these events are not necessarily symbolic of an uneducated, radical electorate... Continue Reading →
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