6 July 2022
Sunak and Javid resignations plunge UK government into crisis
The resignation of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid has put the PM in a precarious position.
30 June 2022
How soap operas revolutionised LGBTQ+ relationships on screen
We take a look back at soap opera’s most pioneering LGBTQ+ moments
22 June 2022
To boycott or not to boycott: Sporting events and human rights abuses
Events such as the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have been called into question due to the host nation’s horrific human rights record. We assess whether boycotting these events helps with these issues or not.
20 June 2022
“Severe disruption” to rail travel is expected amongst tube and rail strikes
On Tuesday, over 50,000 railway workers will strike over funding disputes. This will be followed by two additional strikes on Thursday and Saturday.
8 June 2022
World Oceans Day: The impact of films on fins
The release of Jaws famously ignited mass panic over sharks, but how have things changed since?
8 June 2022
Voice Retrospectives: Before the Flood (2016)
For World Oceans Day, we take a look at one of the most popular climate change documentaries.
2 June 2022
In Defence of Witches: The women who dared to simply exist
“Women who put themselves first, are villains in today's society, just as they were in the 1500’s.” Mona Chollet’s recent book attests to this.
25 May 2022
Brighton Fringe: 0.0031% review
"Your AI overlord bitch can't reach you here. Like I said: it’s just you and me."
18 May 2022
Overturning Roe V. Wade could implicate countries across the globe, here's how
Two weeks after the leaked US Supreme Court draft opinion that proposed overturning Roe V. Wade, which constitutionally protects women’s rights to abortion, we look at the global implications this decision could have.
16 May 2022
Eurovision 2022: Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra win the 66th Eurovision Song Contest
An estimated 200 million people tuned in last Saturday to watch Ukraine win the top prize, and Great Britain’s Sam Ryder take second place
11 May 2022
The Nationality & Borders Act: The cost of 'Taking Back Control'
Priti Patel’s ‘Nationality & Borders Bill’ is now officially an act following a tumultuous legislative process. Boris Johnson’s government seems to have taken one step closer to ‘taking back control of our borders’, but at what cost?
5 May 2022
Voice Retrospects : George Orwell’s Animal Farm
We take a look at a book which you either should’ve read or need to add to your reading list, ASAP!
5 May 2022
Johnson, Modi & The Free Trade Agreement
Yash Dubal of A Y & J Solicitors lends us his expertise in a special guest contributor article for Voice. Dubal draws on his legal expertise to provide an expertise analysis of the free trade agreement between India and The UK.
29 April 2022
Calorie counting craziness
The UK’s newest menu law does far more harm than good
25 April 2022
The lessons Britain should learn from Australia about the Nationality and Borders Bill
Priti Patel’s polarising ‘Nationality & Borders Bill’ seems set to be passed very soon by Parliament. Australia has implemented very similar policies of ‘offshore processing’ and ‘boat push-backs’, what can be learnt from this?
22 April 2022
Why it is time for the British monarchy to be abolished
It is a polarising argument but here is why I believe the monarchy has no place in a modern British society.
12 May 2022 – 14 May 2022
MUCK for London premiere
A play for today with a style that’s pure class as brother and sister confront their past to secure their future. MUCK is new play that has been selected for a London premiere at the first Come What May Festival at Park Theatre, 12-14 May
14 April 2022
Why are some fashion items inexplicably gendered?
Nail polish, skirts, makeup: they’re all seen as feminine today, but if you ask someone why, you’re unlikely to get a real answer. Men have worn all of them in numerous cultures and societies across history – so what changed?