10 January 2023
Supermarkets, shoppers and our planet: who's being helped?
New year, fresh start: it’s time to rethink how supermarkets could do more to allow consumers to make a strong environmental impact.
14 November 2022
How university students are being left in the cold - literally!
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
The cost of living could discourage sustainable shopping and affect the environment
As the cost of living crisis worsens, buying cheap products to cut costs has never been more appealing, and the misconception that shopping sustainably is more expensive is not only impacting sustainable businesses but the environment as well.
7 March 2022
Student loan changes attack working-class students
The Department of Education has divulged their intentions not to offer student loans to those who fail GCSE Maths or English. This accompanies other plans to reduce the graduates' income level to repay their loans.
25 February 2022
Why is the cost of living so bad?
The cost of living crisis is getting worse, and the upcoming minimum wage increase is not nearly enough. What is going on?
24 February 2022
How has Covid-19 affected young people's health?
One of the most speculated facets of the global pandemic is its impact on young people’s health. However, the Department For Education has investigated precisely this through its new research report; so, how has the pandemic affected us?
18 February 2022
The rising cost of living: a threat to arts and culture
An investigation into the cost of living crisis and how it is affecting young people’s access to arts and culture.
17 February 2022
Covid-19’s impact on the property market is leaving young people trapped
We take a look at how the pandemic affects younger people and in particular, our housing prospects.
17 February 2022
Luxury flats expose class divide in Britain
Old mills and factories are no longer crumbling ruins from our industrial past, but luxury apartments – for those who can afford them. We examine this recent trend and how it disadvantages the class of people its history represents.
9 February 2022
Young people’s (insecure) return to work
Young people are increasingly entering the gig economy as a means of employment post-pandemic.
7 February 2022
No Kirstie, we can't "just move somewhere cheaper"
As young people, we chime in on the recent inflammatory comments made by Kirstie Allsop of ‘Location, Location, Location’.