UK Politics

    Snitches Get Stitches | The University of Warwick Tells Students to Spy on Their Flatmates & Neighbours.

    We sat down with Chen Ling, Mouthing Off contributor and student at Warwick University, who has been told by the wardens of his accommodation that he should dob in fellow students who break university rules surrounding Covid-19.

    Have Students Been Pushed Too Far? | The Story of Rent-Strikes in the Year of the Pandemic and Beyond

    A wave of discontent has spread across the country. A movement across over 45 universities has led to rent-strikes, in which students are demanding that they recieve compensation after over a year of either being shut-in or out of their accomadation.

    The Landlord From Hell | A Fight For Justice & Recompense

    We investigate the nightmarish behaviour of a landlord and barrister, who attempted to fine Niamh and her fellow seven flatmates £4000.

    Farage’s Latest Movement | What Will The Future Hold For The Reform Party?

    For the liberal commentariat, Nigel Farage, and the three parties he has been associated with, have become the boogiemen of British politics. UKIP, the...

    ‘A Plague of Cities’: How & Why Have Towns Been Overlooked?

    In recent years a divide has arisen between cities and towns. As we begin to notice this divide, will we begin to change the way we invest in our infrastructure and the way we live?

    The Student Housing Company: Part II – Lawyers, Layoffs, Lies, and Spies

    This is our second report on The Student Housing Company, in which we have discovered even more staff and students who have suffered poor living and working conditions.

    Boris Goes Pew Pew: The UK Governments Plan To Laser-Fi The Military

    On the 19th of November, Boris Johnson would announce that his government would pledge to ‘increase defense by 24.1 billion pounds over the next 4 years’. This will be used to invest in ‘technologies that will revolutionize warfare', including the development of laser weapons.

    Should We Be Worried About Mandatory Vaccines Or Government Coercion?

    Should we be worried about mandatory vaccinations or the governments attempt to carefully coerce its citizens to take the vaccine through restricted travel, jobs, benefits and taxes?

    Give Them An Inch And They Will Take A Mile

    The Treasury has recently been reported to be exploring methods by which they can replace lost fuel duty and vehicle excise duty (VED) with a pay-per-mile scheme. Is this really about the UK becoming 'green' or is this just another veiled attempt at gathering your data?

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