Stirling MP Stephen Kerr announced his support for the Refugee Family Reunion Bill following pressure from members of Stirling University’s Amnesty International society. Members of the society had written “around 11 letters” […]
On Saturday thousands of students converged on Washington DC in what was billed as a “March for Our Lives” to promote gun control.
NneNne Iwuji-Eme is to become the first black female career diplomat to ever serve as a High Commissioner.
Exactly 12 months on from the terrorist attack on London’s Westminster Bridge the 14 people who died and over 100 who were injured in four terrorist attacks which struck London in 2017 have been remembered.
In the wake of Russia’s attempted assassination of a former double agent Boris Johnson warns of Russia using the World Cup as PR exercise.
Russian President Vladamir Putin has secured his grip on power in the world’s largest nation for another six years.
Abigail Taylor looks at how far equality has come from the women’s vote and how far we still need to go.
Trump’s first State of the Union address may have billed as a new message of unity but unity is not what was delivered.
Katie Williams and Aneesa Dastgir present a compilation of the U.S. President’s most controversial tweets.
January 27 marks Holocaust Memorial Day, where the atrocities that were committed during WW2 are remembered. Finlay Allmond explains how history is repeating itself.