The votes were counted, the results were announced and - with that - the United Kingdom remained exactly as it was. For first time voters
THE SOMEWHAT DIVISIVE '55% No - 45% Yes' final votes leading Scotland to reject independence this week have already been a catalyst on both sides
THE WORLD RENOWNED pillar of impartiality, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), today took a radical step in their decision to broadcast an on-air appeal for donations
AUGUST IN EDINBURGH means one thing: The Festival. For most of Edinburgh’s permanent or recently adopted residents, this month long gathering of Britain’s finest humanities graduates
POLITICAL APATHY CAN be attributed to many things. A lack of trust in politicians; a disillusioned, disenfranchised electorate; a breakdown between government and citizen. That, and politics
Martin: "Better Together - reap all the benefits we haven't taken away from you already. Here, have some more bedroom tax"
Max: "I'm going to tax your pie.
FOR TOO LONG, Adverts aimed at women's monthly periods have managed to expertly avoid the point of their product entirely. I can't speak for everyone,
LAST YEAR, Renowned Danish Festival Roskilde had a tiny 15 female artists perform out of 170 total acts. This figure was presented in the documentary
WHEN IT COMES to the Danish music scene, Pandeia Culture were festival virgins. We approached SPOT Festival, Aarhus with fresh eyes and minimal expectations: excited
THE NATIONAL Campagin Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) has released the above video in support of University and Colleges Union (UCU)'s proposed marking boycott, which