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Today the Bank of England (BoE) voted 7-2 in favour of raising interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%, the first rise in interest rates in a decade. But rather than …

Living in Bankside during my first year at LSE on the southern bank of the Thames meant often walking along some of London’s most iconic bridges, as the university campus …

Author: Reuben Ackerman, Special Features Editor Geoffrey Robertson, QC, head of Doughty Street Chambers, would by all estimations be one of the more widely informed members of society about civil …

Author: Will Butterworth, Frequent Contributor International football has become dull and boring: the international break is now an inconvenience to football fans everywhere, a two-week absence of the high quality …

Author: Will Butterworth, Frequent Contributor If you were to read the news or listen to politicians talk about Brexit today, you would be forgiven for hearing only one narrative. That …

Author: Will Butterworth People like blaming Tony Blair for a lot. He is blamed for leading the UK into an illegal and failed war in Iraq. He is blamed for …

The budget delivered by George Osborne on the 16th of March 2016 sparked controversy, but one of the less discussed aspects of it was climate. This point is, however, crucial, …

Author: Tommy Lunn As students, we are in a unique position to have our voices heard. Be it in France in 1968 or China in 1989, students have made their …

Author: Kanan Parida, Deputy Editor-in-Chief In a stunning victory, 397 MPs voted for and 223 voted against PM David Cameron’s call for air strikes against the Islamic State in Syria. …

Last week Obama announced that the United States would extend its visa policy to allow Chinese tourists and students apply for visas that last up to ten and five years, …