Sunday, May 28, 2017
Yes People convulsed in the streets unable to breath, there were “children lying on the ground, in their last breaths, their lips going blue [...wherever you looked there were dead human beings.” These are the words of an eyewitness, Abu Al-Baraa reported in the Guardian describing the aftermath of the gas attack in Khan Shekhun, Syria. Later that day, when doctors...
This article is one of my six deadlines this fortnight. As you’d imagine, I write in a state of sleepless delirium, and possibly not the best mood to discuss "workload." My blood is 80 per cent caffeine and fun is but a distant dream. I know I am not alone in this feeling. When this wave of essays breaks, lurking...
Isaac Leaver tackles the complexities of British cultural identity and how it affects us today
Beatrice Herman The Saint Viewpoint Climate Change
Elliot Barker brings the serious topic into question

In Favour of Singer

Max Waller confronts the what it means to be charitable and how people must should on their morals

Trump Corner

The Saint Viewpoint Trump
Emily Allen tackles this week's round-up of all of Trump's goings-ons
Tripp Whalen's take on the way we talk about politics
Free speech, in an ironic twist of fate, is one of those topics that has become highly contentious recently. To allow the expression of opinion is an important freedom, one which constitutes a democratic society. But the issue on the table has become this: at what point, if any, do we police this right, if the views in question...
At the time of writing, a rather grey Easter Sunday has dawned. Most have pleasant activities planned, activities fitting for a pleasant day. Easter is rarely associated with anything particularly profound. It is a good opportunity to gather with friends and family but generally passes with little more than a fleeting hurrah of chocolate eggs, rabbits, and the occasional...

Expensive Whine

I was scrolling through my Instagram feed the other day and came across some joyous news, which was this: Darren from Leicester had been compensated £299 for a three hour delay he had miserably endured in a Heathrow terminal on his merry way to Greece. I am no stranger to the woes suffered when one is forced to wait for unreliable public transport. When I lived in France I...