Ahead of tonight’s ballot on the vote of no confidence, Brig summarises the events.
The visit of an Israeli diplomat to campus in an event hosted by Polsoc has caused controversy
In the wake of the Brexit crisis, the Conservative Society are hosting a lecture series with a variety of MPs.
The United States Senate has voted in favour of appointing embattled candidate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
The motion, giving Student Union officers to right to engage with the People’s Vote campaign, was passed at the first general meeting of semester.
Politics Editor Rebecca McCurdy speaks to the Stirling group campaigning for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal.
As May’s cabinet crumbles, Brig Politics examines what the future of Brexit looks like.
Boris Johnson becomes the third cabinet minister to reign in 24 hours over Theresa’s May’s Brexit talks.
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.