14 May 2021
How was the New Providence Wharf tower block fire allowed to happen?
A fire broke out at a 19-storey block of flats covered in flammable cladding in east London. Has any progress been made since the Grenfell Tower tragedy almost 4 years ago?
14 May 2021
Boris Johnson: Young people are crucial in helping the G7 “build a better future”
Young leaders launch their recommendations for G7 Leaders
13 May 2021
Interview with G7 Y7 Delegate, Fabio Boniolo
Into the mind and motivation of Italy's Y7 Digital and Tech Delegate
20 April 2021 – 26 April 2021
What do you think are the big issues young people face today?
Y7 needs your voice to help inform policy decisions
16 April 2021
France faces criticism over controversial Separatism Bill
Women under the age of 18 will be banned from wearing a hijab in public if the Separatism Bill becomes law in France.
8 April 2021
The UK is NOT a democracy
Our current voting system prevents us from ever having a government that represents the people.
6 March 2021 – 31 March 2021
How to have your voice heard at the G7 summit
Offering 10,000 young people from across the country the chance to have their voice heard with G7 world leaders, by taking their seat #atthetable and participating in a huge, UK wide survey.
3 March 2021
Budget 2021: How the government's plans will affect the arts
The government’s 2021 Budget has been announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak. With the arts having been negatively impacted in 2020, the government has allocated £400 million to help venues in England reopen.
7 February 2021
Russian Online Response to Protests in Russia over the detainment of Alexei Navalny
In response to the recent protests happening in Russia, many Russian people have flocked to social media in support of Alexei Navalny. Could this indicate hope for the future of Russia?
25 January 2021
What do The Hunger Games teach us about revolution and resistance?
The critically acclaimed series not only has incredible writing, pace, and an engaging dystopia, but also many lessons to teach us.
14 January 2021
Winter Film Festival: REDt'BLUE (Exclusive first look)
Watch an exclusive first look at Jay Martin's documentary on Mansfield's historic shift from Labour to Conservative in the 2017 General Election.
27 November 2020
I Am Norman
A uniquely disturbing take on the repercussions of conversion therapy.
Trigger warning: Themes of suicide are mentioned in this review.
18 November 2020
The rising issue of cyberbullying
How cyberbullying has become one of the most prolific forms of bullying and who’s being affected.
17 November 2020
Why anti-bullying week is more important this year than ever
The 16th - 20th of November marks this year’s anti-bullying week. While this campaign is nothing new, today it might be more vital than ever before.
15 November 2020
What is bullying?
Anyone can be affected by bullying, so I have collated a collection of definitions, policies and organisations from the information out there against bullying for children and adults.
13 November 2020
Joe Biden's victory deserves celebration, but how democratic is democracy in the UK & USA?
After days of waiting the 2020 American election winner was finally announced, but its results were immediately undermined by outgoing POTUS Donald Trump. Based on false accusations, Trump’s accusations revealed holes within American democracy
11 November 2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is Among Us
Ironically, for a politician, she doesn’t seem sus...
25 August 2020
Can the news be objective?
"If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.”