David Cameron and Home Secretary Theresa May have assured us that the Data Retention and Investigation Powers Bill (DRIP) does not give the government new surveillance powers. Yet despite these assurances, privacy campaigners, civil liberties groups… View Post

Before tackling the question of whether we can afford to scrap tuition fees, let’s examine the reasons for wanting to scrap them in the first place. Like many others who voted for the Lib Dems… View Post

While many do not view the UK as being a corrupt country, corruption still operates in some key sectors and institutions. So how exactly do these sectors and institutions fall prey to corruption? One of… View Post

For those who view Euroscepticism as extreme, but who disagree with the way the EU operates, calling for reformation would seem like a sensible option. Of course, there is nothing that ‘extreme’ about Euroscepticism. Even… View Post

If it isn’t bad enough that British taxpayers have to fund useless and wasteful bureaucratic projects set up by the EU, they now have to fund far-right political parties. This may come as a shock to many and so… View Post