7 May 2021

Politics

How the government is selling the family silver, and why you should care.

ANTHONY PERIES The issue of privatisation is a very heated debate in politics, but what is “privatisation”, and why does it matter? In beginning to deconstruct...

The Iranian Nuclear Deal

ATENA TABEAHMADI On the 14th of July 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was agreed upon and signed by Iran, the P5+1(United States, United Kingdom,...

A Game of Thrones: who will take the leadership of Britain’s parties?

SEBASTIAN MITCHELL Far from the blood soaked TV show that follows the struggle for the Iron Throne, there was little red soaking the map of...

Conservative victory heralds a new form of government; but what is the cost of a ‘brighter more secure future’ for the welfare of Britain...

Sebastian Mitchell From the shores of the River Tamar to the tip of the Isles of Scilly, Cornwall has shown itself to be representative of...

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Voices In Politics: Penryn Cornwall Council candidates

On May 6th, voters will head to the polls in large numbers for the first time since the pandemic began. Over 4000...
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Voices in Politics: Falmouth Boslowick Cornwall Council candidates

On May 6th, voters will head to the polls in large numbers for the first time since the pandemic began. Over 4000...

Blue House Sessions on making music in lockdown

Karlis and Oli, two music students at Falmouth University, are Blue House...

Why are people protesting against the G7 summit in Cornwall?

With several demonstrations having already been organised, protests are expected to take place during the G7 summit...