For many student groups, austerity is a political choice made by evil Tories who are undoubtedly in cahoots with The Establishment.
Leaving the EU is not a temporary thing; nobody advocated a trial period which could be reversed if we don’t like it. The vote was – or should have been – final.
Ideological warfare is being waged on the Left between the old guard and the young crowd. Neo-Marxism versus actual Marxism, if you like.
For years, the National Union of Students has been a fierce critic of the same austerity policies it will now have to impose on itself.
The simplistic post-electoral world where Theresa May’s minority government was supported by the ten DUP MPs is long gone.
Owen Jones has so clearly just seized the Right’s rhetoric and swapped ‘Left’ for ‘far-Right’.
It is in the DNA of Conservative Prime Ministers to fall at the hands of their own party over Britain’s relationship with Europe.
Banning shock collars is the most recent in a string of successful moves, reigniting productivity in a stale government department.
It would be ridiculous for us to pay for projects that will take place after we have left and from which we will never reap any benefits.
This was not an issue of race or gender, but merely one of tennis discipline.