Author: Abigail Eatock

BABY JOY: Britain Celebrates A New Prince

St George’s Day is an incredibly important date in the English history, and today England and the rest of Britain celebrated the birth of a new Royal baby. Name unknown, the baby boy born...

UCU Suspend Strike: Too Little Too Late

As a third year student, my seminars and lectures are vital in my final months at university. Not only are they important to enhancing my learning, as well as key in all of my...

UCU Strike Action: A Betrayal of Students

On the 22nd February, the University and College Union began a month long strike action against Universities UK, in protest over the changes to their pension scheme. As a 3rd year student at the...

John Bickley: UKIP Leigh Branch Report

On the 1st February, NEC member John Bickley joined UKIP Leigh to discuss the Vote of No Confidence against Henry Bolton, the current state of internal party affairs, as well as his interesting perspective...

Diyanet: Legalising Child Rape

Turkey’s opposition has demanded a parliamentary investigation into the Directorate of Religious Affairs, an influential government department, after it proclaimed that Islamic Law approved of boys marrying at 12 and girls at 9. In...

The Big Bad Russian Bear: Another Brexit Distraction

In a rather odd 48 hours, we have discovered that Russia “interfered” in social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook during the EU referendum. However, several more statements emerged after the fact, one...

ITV’s ‘Exposure’: An Anti-British Hit-Job

On Thursday night, the ITV broadcast a documentary about Britain’s “far-right” movement. By ‘far-right’, what they actually mean is those who are brave enough to speak out against Islamic extremism. What they mean by...

An Evening With Tommy Robinson

On the 3rd November 2017, I spent a wonderful 4 hours freezing my toes off in central Manchester, listening to Tommy Robinson, former EDL leader, journalist, author and activist. The event was to launch his...

The Migrant Crisis: A Brit Abroad

In the summer of 2017, myself and two friends ventured to Italy for 3 weeks of sun and sightseeing. Milan, Venice, Florence and Rome made up our adventures, and we were all excited to...