Green Conservatism

Shortly after the Coalition agreement of 2010, David Cameron declared that the new Government would be the "greenest ever". In May of this year the Conservative government went to polls with, perhaps, an even more…

UCLU doesn’t just ban free speech- it publicly…

This week, University College London's students' union (UCLU) banned anti-ISIS fighter Macer Gifford from coming to speak to the Kurdish Society. Mr. Gifford is a UCL alumnus who has served for the YPG (People's Protection…

Why Wear a Poppy? – Jamie Irwin

At this time of the year we cast our minds back, as a nation, to those men and women who lost their lives in conflicts past and present. As such, we wear a poppy to…

Rise of the Select Committee – Matthew Schlachter

Select committees are often overlooked. In this respect, they could be considered the middle child of the legislative family. They get on with their work dutifully but under the radar, while their noisier siblings PMQ's…

The End of Civilisation? – Rai Gill

We in the West have always justified our actions and interventions with a strong resilience in the belief that we have a culture that understands those important qualities that make a great society: freedom of…

The Importance of Lincoln Chafee – Matthew Schlachter

On the evening that the Democratic Party will stage its first live television debate of the 2016 presidential cycle, the spotlight will be firmly placed on the presumptive nominee and national front-runner Hillary Clinton. However,…

5 MPs To Watch – Matthew Schlachter

As supporters of the Conservative Party, we were thrilled when Big Ben struck ten on election night and it was revealed that the Conservatives would remain the largest party in parliament. We were even more…