Ali Webb, Deputy Abroad Editor
April 17, 2017
When Deputy Abroad Editor Ali Webb arrived in London, both her new city and her home country were in the midst of major political transitions.Read more »
Adnan Zarif, Staff Writer
October 29, 2015
Filed under OPINION
New York City should consider setting a charge for plastic bags, because both the economy and the environment would benefit.Read more »
Alex Bazeley, News Editor
October 7, 2015
Filed under NEWS
NYU's president-to-be Andrew Hamilton gave a speech on Monday discussion proposed budget cuts to U.K. universities.Read more »
Scarlett Curtis, Contributing Columnist
September 8, 2014
Filed under OPINION
The 21-and-over drinking age benefits students who are entering college.Read more »
March 11, 2014
The U.K. Department of Health has recently released the draft rules for future legislation on three-person in vitro fertilization. The experimental method combines the genetic material of two female eggs and male sperm to prevent mitochondrial disease, a painful and often fatal genetic condition that diminishes the cell’s ability to efficiently produce energy. Symptoms can include muscle weakness, blindness, epilepsy, organ failure, heart failure, which ...
February 27, 2014
In a campaign speech last month, Leader of the Labor Party Ed Miliband promised to raise the income tax rate among England’s wealthiest from 45 to 50 percent if elected prime minister. The Economist jokes that his tax hike will only bring in the amount of money needed to buy a few English Premier...
November 19, 2013
Yesterday in an op-ed for the Daily Mail, Google’s chairman Eric Schmidt announced the specific actions the company will take to tackle child pornography. The cooperation of technology companies with international law agencies has become a necessary step in the enforcement of civil and criminal law. ...
October 2, 2013
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has indicated a potential withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights and the accompanying Court in Strasbourg. The withdrawal could be a necessary condition for the government to “keep our country safe,” Cameron said. In reality, a withdrawal from the...
February 14, 2013
Recent events in the United Kingdom and France have expanded the rights of same-sex couples in the western world. Within two days of each other, governments in both London and Paris voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill allowing the marriage of same-sex couples. Despite this similarity, there is a dramatic...