Strathclyde University student and activist Erin Binning argues that while laughing at people like Roosh might very well discredit them in the short term, it deflects from the overall seriousness of wider rape culture in Scotland.
Strathclyde University student Erin Binning examines the claims of refugee rape gangs in Germany and why the furthering of xenophobic agendas is diminishing the seriousness of misogyny in Western cultures.
The new inclusion of cyber-offences has caused crime rates to more than double, ONS figures show. This is the first time cyber-crime has been included in the study, which was published today […]
Jeremy Corbyn gave a decent showing at Prime Minister’s Questions today, beginning as he did last time with questions from the public, focussing mainly on David Cameron’s housing and welfare policies. Corbyn cited […]
by Michael McDaid Syria has become a contentious issue in and around the House of Commons, and is once more proving troublesome for the UK government. Theresa May had to yet again […]
Last night saw Democrat candidates, including former First Lady Hillary Clinton and new left firebrand Bernie Sanders, vying to to win their party’s presidential nomination. The debate was a relative turning point […]
Treasury analysis has found that the legalisation of cannabis could be worth hundreds of millions of pounds in revenue. The issue was debated on Monday, after a public petition in support of […]
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson today told the House of Commons that he will not apologise over allegations made against former Conservative Home Secretary Leon Brittan. Brittan is alleged to have been […]
On Sunday, Glasgow’s iconic Red Road flats were demolished… Kind of. The six tower blocks were to be brought down by explosion, although two of the blocks resisted the blast and remain partially […]
The Liberal Democrats have established a panel of experts to draw up proposals for the legalisation of cannabis in the UK, the party has said. The new committee will examine how legal […]