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UK government response to coronavirus

The Politics of Pandemics

In the midst of a pandemic, the importance of strong leadership truly hits home. It shouldn’t take such horrific circumstances for this to be the case but, for many people, life tends to crawl on in its typical fashion no matter which Prime...

Politically Homeless in an Age of Tribalism

It’s nice to feel like you belong somewhere. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of looking around and thinking, “this is where I should be” — especially in a world that is becoming increasingly disconnected. This disconnection, brought...

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The Week in Politics | Feb 10th – 13th

Boris Johnson gave the green light to HS2 this week, in spite of growing concerns about the cost of the project. In the other big news this week, despite considerable criticism, 17 foreign nationals with criminal records were deported from the UK...

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The Week in Politics | Feb 3rd – 6th

In this week’s politics round-up we cast our eyes to Midwestern America, where the first U.S. caucus descended into chaos. Climate change was the big topic at Wedensday’s PMQs as Jeremy Corbyn accused Boris Johnson of failing...

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The Week in Politics | Jan 13th – 16th

This is the first entry in Immigration News’ new weekly politics round-up, We will bring you our pick of the latest news and moves in UK politics. Brexit Big Ben Bong is Probably off After years of bickering, confusion and stalemate, the UK will...

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Corbyn v Johnson: 2019 Leaders’ Debate

Last night, the anticipated Leaders’ Debate took place between Conservative Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, as they went head-to-head in preparation for the 12th December general election. From the NHS to...

Labour Conference 2019: Promising Policy

As the 2019 Labour conference draws to a close, it is being branded one of the most radical yet. Some truly exciting and progressive motions have passed, igniting a glimmer of hope that has long lay dormant in British politics. It has, of course...