The Caerulean

UCL Conservatives and Les Républicains Sciences Po –…

The UCL Conservative Society and Les Républicains Sciences Po are proud and pleased to announce an unprecedented partnership between to student political associations. Les Républicains Sciences Po are the first student political society in France…

Caerulean Digest – Issue 1

A word from the editor, Maurits Westbroek On behalf of the whole Committee, I would like to welcome all new students to UCL, and for those returning, I’d like to say: welcome back. We are…

Event Recap: Tuition Fees Port and Policy (03/10)…

Last Tuesday, the UCL Conservative Society hosted a debate on the motion ‘This house believes university tuition fees should be abolished’. We were pleased to welcome several excellent speakers who made some very compelling and…

Is Corbyn on the brink of entering No.…

Listening to the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s speech at the Labour Party Conference (Brighton, 27/09/17), you would be forgiven for assuming Corbyn and the rest of the Shadow Cabinet were on the cusp of forming…

A new trade relationship with Brussels sprouting

The multilateral global trade of goods and services is essential to the modern way of living; however, underlying the perceived simplicity of consumer access are numerous trade deals and agreements. Following the Brexit referendum last…

Mental health reform: a step in the right…

Last week, universities across the country took part in the annual University Mental Health Day, providing additional support to students and raising awareness of pre-existing on-campus mental health programmes. This event comes in light of…