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What Would The Conservative Proposals For The Internet Mean?

There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the Conservative Party plans for internet regulation. In their manifesto they state that: ‘Some people say that it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet. We disagree,” This can read as a horror story or as sensible regulation…

Why Is Applying Ethical Standards In Media Critical To Our Modern Day Society?

The lack of ethics and objectivity in the media has the ability, not only to skew public opinion to suit their agenda, they can actually affect the health of a nation’s populace. Media has the power to influence gender stereotypes and mould the minds of young people.

Framing The Election: The Key To Victory

Since the manifestos have been launched, it has become clearer and clearer that this election will be decided by whichever party can successfully control the narrative over the next two weeks. If the public perceive the election to be about Brexit, immigration, and foreign policy, Theresa May will win, however, if Labour can…

Want Action? Stop Funding Terrorism

The Manchester attack was not a one off act of terrorism, it was not the first, and nor will it be the last. In the days that have followed politicians, the media, and members of the public have expressed anger, hatred, and above all, a desire to react in some way, shape, or…

5 Manifesto Policies That Could Benefit Britain

Regardless of who wins the 2017 General Election, these are some policies we have picked from the manifestos that we would like to see implemented regardless of the result. 8 Innovative Manifesto Policies That Could Improve Britain      Decriminalise Prostitution The Green Party has put forward a proposal to decriminalise prostitution, following UN and…

The Ideological Turing Test: More Important Than Ever?

For those of you unfamiliar with the Turing Test, it was first proposed by Alan Turing in 1951 in a paper called ‘the imitation game’. In Lehman’s terms, it proposed a test in which there are 3 connected computers in 3 separate rooms. In one room sits a human, in the second a computer, and…