Are new ‘draconian’ protest powers declaring a ‘war on woke’?

What is the new Bill? The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has passed its second reading in the House of Commons, and has been sent to a Public Bill Committee for scrutiny. This Committee is assigned to consult and take evidence from outside experts and interest groups to...

Does Online activity harm our Democracy?

Living in the Gen Z era, where power has significantly shifted to social media companies, does Social Media and the internet threaten our democracy? The threats posed by social media and the internet are numerous. Whilst these issues are incredibly important, such as cyberbullying, extremism, extreme or revenge pornography,...

Has the Government gone too far with Coronavirus restrictions?

Are we being treated like ‘naughty children’? Or are we in the midst of a global crisis that calls for ‘authoritarian rule’? Are you, like many, questioning the restraint on our freedom of movement, ability to see people, and the obligation to wear face coverings (unless exempt) during coronavirus?...

Fast Fashion, the environment, labour rights, and the law

What is fast fashion, and what is the problem? If there is one trend that is symptomatic of generation Z, it is fast fashion. It began in the mid-1970s where trends were taken from catwalks and rapidly produced, making fashion more accessible to all. Consumer buy-in is maximised through...