Politics Blogs

On The Attainment Divide: An Essay

One cold winter morning in 2017, I was a 15 year old student who sat, barely awake, in my Assembly Hall. The teacher who was conducting the assembly was talking about a story that had a moral and no one was listening. As we walked out to drudge along to our next lesson, I remember […]

People Power: the 48 hour long demonstration against the SuperLeague

“Who knows, perhaps we should even make football games shorter!” “Sixteen to twenty four year olds are no longer interested in the game!” “We are saving football.” -President of Real Madrid and former Super League dictator, Florentino Perez During a pandemic, where so many people across the world are grieving, losing their jobs and income […]

My Oxbridge Story

In an old notebook that my mum probably got from Poundland, I once wrote a fictional story about two talking horses who would become superheroes and embark on an adventure to save the world, with James Bond by their side. I never finished it, I got to around one hundred fifty pages. I got my […]

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