Given that independence is one of the hottest topics of the year, Stephen Wears argues that there is an historical precedent for independence.
The April 1986 nuclear disaster of Chernobyl remains an infamous date throughout history. From this, the Whitworth Art Gallery’s latest exhibition of the works of British artists Jane and Louise Wilson seek to entice the attention and imaginations of students from a variety of academic programmes. One of the main focuses of the exhibit centres Continue Reading
In 2008, after years of service as Minister of Defence, Raul Castro succeeded his ailing brother Fidel as the President of the Republic of Cuba. This change in leadership was due to the deteriorating health of the elder brother and was heralded by many analysts worldwide as a new political and economic epoch for the Continue Reading
The Church of England has had something of a reputation as a reactionary, conservative institution; a pillar of the establishment; a homogeneous, unified, source of unwavering support for the ruling authorities. Not so. The Anglican Church has always been an organisation in which diverse and often radical doctrines have been given a platform. In the Continue Reading