Was David Cameron wrong to turn his back on cross-party talks on press regulation?”
With less than 24 hours to go before the Italian elections, Riccardo Liberatore looks at Silvio Berlusconi’s campaign trail and Italy’s divided opinion of The Great Seducer.
Pressiana Naydenova looks at the revival of old questions following the political assassination attempt in Sofia.
Verity Algar reports on UCLU Debating Society’s latest offering – This House Believes That There Is Still a Glass Ceiling for Women in Britain. A debate which proved to be the most spectacular debate of the term so far.
En Garde- UCL Political Presidents square off against one another debating the EU and plans for a referendum.
Samuel Levy reports on the proceedings of the UCLU Debating Society
Matthew Gibbard thinks Romney has the right stance on the economy
The recent clashes between UK political parties and within UK political parties (especially the Tories) with respect to the EU Budget have prompted discussions regarding the disunity in the Coalition. With these discussions in mind, it seems important to reflect on what it was that brought the two Coalition parties together to form the current united, yet turbulent, whole. This article is not written to discuss the above in a general manner; it is written in order to closely examine a particular MP who, although now receiving little press attention, …
When I arrived in Boynton Beach, a sprawling city in the southern county of Palm Beach, Florida, I was very completely unprepared for what would unfold in the next two months. I had responded to a facebook plea for volunteers, from a friend already involved in the campaign. Within a matter of days I was sitting behind a desk as an intern making calls to recruit other volunteers to do the exact same thing. This was a surreal beginning to what was going to be an extremely different two months.