Young people have a right to be angry at Brexit – but not at their parents who voted Leave

Written for The Telegraph  On Thursday 23 June, all across the UK, individuals visited polling stations and put a cross on a slip of ballot paper as they cast their votes in the EU referendum. In the run up to the day, the question of whether or not the UK should remain a member of the European … Continue reading Young people have a right to be angry at Brexit – but not at their parents who voted Leave

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Album Review: Moth Boys // Spector

“Good things come to those who wait” is how the saying goes, but ‘good’ is an adjective which simply doesn’t do Spector’s sophomore album, Moth Boys, justice. Following on from their 2012 debut, Enjoy It While It Lasts – a record cherished by the bands small but nonetheless devoted fanbase – this release set for … Continue reading Album Review: Moth Boys // Spector

Album Review: Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied // The Fratellis

Following on from 2013’s horrifically overlooked release, We Need Medicine, Glaswegian rockers The Fratellis are back, determined to cause more than a ripple in the sea of rock ‘n’ roll releases with their new album, Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied. The record launches into action with ‘Me and the Devil’, which, if we overlook the grammatical … Continue reading Album Review: Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied // The Fratellis

How are changing attitudes to sexual morality exemplified in literature from the 19th century to present day?

  Introduction What is sexual morality? Sexual morality is a set of ethics that concern issues surrounding human sexuality and sexual behaviour. These ethics refer to social and personal standards regarding the conduct of interpersonal relationships and can be broken down into issues of Consent Marital fidelity, premarital and non-marital sex Gender Sexuality In this … Continue reading How are changing attitudes to sexual morality exemplified in literature from the 19th century to present day?