Too little or too much?

By Kulsoom Raza (@sooms_raza) The answer to this common question asked of the amount of clothing women should wear, is of course, a resounding: whatever the hell she wants. Today I had the pleasure of going to the Wear What You Want Beach Party protest situated outside of the French Embassy in Knightsbridge, London. Along with…

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#BlackLivesMatter: from Louisiana to London

By Rochelle Smith Last week I found myself having to avoid certain social media platforms. I flinched and felt sick as my timelines and news feeds were filled with videos and images of brutalised black bodies. Distraught relatives, friends and entire communities filled with anger. This past week I have felt overwhelming feelings of despair,…

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British or Muslim – do I have to decide?

By Kulsoom Raza Amidst the recent xenophobic atmosphere following the EU referendum, I thought it would be appropriate to make my first article about my experience living in England as a British Asian, coming from a Pakistani Muslim family. Though this piece will not specifically be about the unfortunate repercussions of the referendum, it is safe…

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Remain: Why Obama is right

Obama’s argument for why we should stay in the EU, is that other countries will respect/listen to us more if we are a leading force in one of the most powerful institutions in the world. The EU magnifies our voice, and we shouldn’t throw away a tool like that. Obama has told us, and Hilary Clinton…

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Brexit: A Stride into the Light

This article originally intended to discuss Obama’s recent visit to the UK, however it has since changed its direction. We write this to clarify why the rebuttal raises points not mentioned in this article. Last week, the Warwick Brexit Campaign was honoured to host a talk by one of the most charismatic and quick witted…

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