Will Holmes looks at the recent developments in the fracking debate and asks how a reliance on fossils fuels can ever be a positive thing.
Will Holmes anticipates the European Diversity Awards 2013 and details how you can get involved.
Will Holmes reflects on a historic day as the Supreme Court of the United States rules that DOMA is unconstitutional, paving the way for marriage equality.
Will Holmes looks at the role the Supreme Court of the United States will play in the equal marriage debate and the potential for change.
Will Holmes writes in defence of the Queen and the monarchy, looking at possible politically biased alternatives that wouldn’t wear pastels so well.
Will Holmes responds to protest signs, such as ‘RESPECT ARE COUNTRY – SPEAK ENGLISH’, by looking at the importance of spelling.
Will Holmes reflects on the implications of the recent events in Woolwich. Fear is allowed, but fear doesn’t need to turn to hatred and division.
Will Holmes draws on the recent coming out of NBA star Jason Collins to assess the anxious place of LGBT in sport.
Will Holmes looks at the place Twitter occupies in many of our daily routines and asks whether it has replaced traditional news.
Will Holmes looks at the corrosive ‘scroungers’ vs. ‘strivers’ narrative and the welfare debate’s victimization of the most vulnerable.