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Fatima Krida

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Callous, cold and cruel. The UK government’s latest refugee policy which will allow for the deportation of asylum seekers to Rwanda, and the High Court’s ruling that this will be permissible, exemplifies the vehement distaste the government has for some…

Following 8 months of Partygate headlines, explosive allegations within Prime Minister’s Questions and 69% of the population believing he is doing a bad job,  Boris Johnson has wormed his way out of his recent tumultuous troubles. Narrowly escaping the result…

Teenage girls have notoriously been discredited, concerns they voice are seen as frivolous, and their interests are side-lined as shallow and meaningless. Whilst, fangirling over the latest Harry Styles song or the Twilight movie saga is continually invalidated socially, when…

After twenty years of Western presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban officially reclaimed the capital city, Kabul, on 15 August 2021 in a startling advance. The unexpected news shocked many, leaving human rights activists fearing for the safety of Afghan people…