The opinionated part of Forge Press.
September 19, 2017
There’s a lot to love about Sheffield’s Freshers’ Week
Love it or loathe it, Freshers’ Week is upon us! Whether you’re a pub quiz…
September 17, 2017
Could you date someone with opposing political views?
We asked if someone having different political views to yours would be a deal-breaker in…
July 27, 2017
Farm animals are ‘victims’ of industry and people’s ‘selfish pleasure’
Development officer Megan McGrath responds to Daniel Cross’ rebuttal of her article on slaughterhouse protests.
July 3, 2017
Battle of the gaffes: beloved Boris vs abused Abbott
Boris Johnson often appears to know nothing about anything, bumbling through exchanges like an 18th century aristocrat in a fish-out-of-water time travel comedy.
June 17, 2017
Grenfell Tower tragedy raises vital fire safety concerns
In 50 years time we will remember where we were when we watched the Grenfell Tower burn and heard the anguish of those who lost families and friends.
June 16, 2017
Theresa May, like Hillary Clinton, is a political disaster
Theresa May’s election gamble didn’t exactly pay off. She’s now at real risk of being consigned to the political wilderness.
June 13, 2017
Clegg’s loss of Sheffield Hallam was inevitable
If ever you needed premonitions of Nick Clegg’s defeat on June 8, you need only to have gone to his pre-election surgery.
June 11, 2017
Pessimistic party punditry: the aftermath
I know the last few weeks have been an absolute clusterfuck in politics, but since when did winning an election count as royally messing everything up?
June 6, 2017
Ramadan difficulties for students
Ramadan is a time for sharing and giving, abstinence, the reaffirmation of faith and the renewal of purpose.
June 5, 2017
Pessimistic party punditry: who deserves your vote?
It seems fair to say that this election is not like most UK elections.