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Out with the new, in with the old?

Published on 16 June 2015. By Rebecca Rose, Associate

'The best moments in reading are when you come across something – a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things – that you'd thought special, particular to you. And here it is, set down by someone else, a person you've never met, maybe even someone long dead. And it's as if a hand has come out, and taken yours.' Alan Bennett, The History Boys

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Letting Go Of The Wheel

Published on 28 May 2015. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

If you are someone who finds yourself regularly gripping the car steering wheel in frustration or mouthing obscenities at your fellow road users in a frenzied rage, then you may have welcomed the recent launch of the UK trials for driverless cars.

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Scraping the bottom of the barrel? The uncertain future of the UK energy industry after the 2015 election

20 May 2015

Before the Scottish independence referendum, Alex Salmond argued that an independent Scotland would benefit from a stronger economy off the back of its oil and gas resources.

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Russell Brand v Katie Hopkins

Published on 07 May 2015. By Genevieve Isherwood, Associate

Whether we like it or not, celebrities can wield a great deal of power and influence; on the clothes we wear, the films we see or the products we buy.

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Carry On Constitution…

Published on 06 May 2015. By Constantine Christofi, Associate

Vote on Election Day, then wake up to a new Government and new Prime Minister. That's what people in this country have been used to for the best part of 150 years.

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The National Health Service: Protecting Britain’s most precious asset

Published on 06 May 2015. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

With the general election now imminent, the hot topic of the NHS is being discussed more than ever before. Which party will protect it the best? Does it need to change? Read on to see!

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The Election: Getting the female vote

Published on 05 May 2015. By Charlotte Gough, Trainee solicitor

Despite women making up 52% of the electorate women are significantly less likely to vote than men - 55% of women are certain they will vote compared to 65% of men.

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Who's paying (and voting) for Employment Tribunal fees?

Published on 01 May 2015. By Rebecca Rose, Associate

It's about politics. So, what three-word issue links the UK's relationship with the EU, public service funding, gender equality and immigration?

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The rise of the food bank: society in action

Published on 29 April 2015. By Amelia Payne, Associate

The existence of, and the ever increasing reliance upon, food banks is an issue which has oft been mooted during the run up to the election with Jeremy Paxman ...

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Get your 'om' back

Published on 28 April 2015. By Rebecca Rose, Associate

You may have read Sarah Carmichael's 2014 article 'Are you sitting comfortably' on the dangers of having a predominantly sit-down job. For those of you who didn't instantly hand in your notice and take up a job landscape gardening, there is good news: yoga.

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