Ricki Hewitt assesses the challenges for Surrey and its students as it prepares to leave the NUS
Ricardo Teixeira-Mendes explores a more radical solution to Britain’s housing crisis.
In a world where surveillance and technology coexists with human activity, Alex Lever explores whether 2017 reflects Orwell’s or Huxley’s novel.
James Worth explores whether terrorism is ever legitimate, given the use of force exerted by the West on the Middle East.
Neoliberalism and health are two concepts we rarely talk about in the same conversation. The link between our economic reality and whether or not we feel ill is barely discussed, let alone properly acknowledged.
The Guildford MP voted against protecting the residence rights of EU citizens, including EU students, in Parliament earlier this year.
The motion commits the Union to support any future student-led direct action against the proposed increase in student numbers by 3000 by 2020.