What’s next for Theresa May?

What’s next for Theresa May?

Julia Hussain (Secretary, ex-Communications Director, The Queen’s College) is an undergraduate in her first year of reading Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.

Not too long ago, Theresa May walked out the most famous door in the world and joined that most exclusive of political clubs: former Prime Ministers. May no longer dominates the Six O’Clock news and Twitter feeds, with the press now fixing their attention on Boris and Cummings. So with the loss of that most high political officer, what should May do next? The lucrative lecture tour, the insightful memoirs, or more hiking in the Swiss mountains? What can she learn from the mistakes of our other departed Prime Ministers, especially when looking at Cameron’s recent foray into writing?

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Helipads, gold potties, and nose jobs

Helipads, gold potties, and nose jobs

Toby Morrison (President, Ex-Political Officer, Ex-Publications Editor, Magdalen College) is an undergraduate in his second year of studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.

Apparently, Ed Sheeran is just a normal lad. At least, this is what I read about him when looking at the gossipy pages of the interweb. Specifically when considering his new helipad that is being constructed at his Suffolk Estate,  I must concede that I too want to be that kind of normal lad.

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Dear BMW, I want a terrible car

Dear BMW, I want a terrible car

George Wright (Political Officer, Ex-Secretary, Former Deputy Returning Officer, Ex-Treasurer, Ex-Whip, Ex-Committee Member, St John’s College) is an undergraduate in his second year of studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.

Some things are certainties in life. The British public transport network is in constant disarray, the entire country becomes inoperable when some snows succumb to gravity, the Pope is a Catholic and so on. Further to this list, I would like to add one more: cars are becoming ever bigger and much worse.

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The Elixir of Youth for the Conservative Party

The Elixir of Youth for the Conservative Party

Tom Foster-Brown (Committee member, Pembroke College) is an undergraduate in his first year of reading Engineering.

The Conservative Party is facing a crisis more fundamental than Brexit. Year upon year, it’s voting figures are diminishing, as the typically conservative, older generation are dying. Despite this demographic fact, it is failing to successfully target young voters to compensate for this decline. And so, we must ask ourselves the question - what can we do to combat this?

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