Written by Tom Daly I recently wrote a piece for A Little Insight in which I wondered whether I am a millennial or a Gen Z-er by listing the differences between them. Perhaps another way to differentiate between the generations would be to ask how many of the events in this book one can remember. Alwyn… Read More ‘All in it Together’ by Alwyn Turner: England in the 00s and 10s
Written by Jasmine Waters You guessed it – another year has passed with the UK performing badly at the Eurovision Song Contest. Except, to add insult to injury, the 2021 Grand Final gifted us no points at all. Something that should be almost impossible under the 2016 changes to the voting system. This may seem… Read More “Another Day on Nil Points Island”: How Hated Are We at Eurovision?
Written by Emma Flint Boris Johnson is back in the news once more, this time for yet another ignorant comment that blatantly disregards our safety and welfare as a nation. A comment that weighs heavily because he actually did what his careless comment suggested – he let the body count unnecessarily rise throughout this pandemic.… Read More Boris Johnson and Corrupt British Politics
Written by Maddie Bridge-Davies So-called ‘Kill the Bill’ protests have been sweeping the country in response to the government’s controversial new crime bill. Activists gathered in Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle and Dorset over the Easter bank holiday weekend, and more than 100 people were arrested at a protest in central London. So what is the Bill… Read More Does the New Crime Bill Stifle Our Right to Protest?