Previously Held Positions: Deputy Politics Editor (2020-2021), Politics Editor (2020-2020)
James writes for Nouse
Could CANZUK be the next step for Brexit?
After Brexit, there's no telling what Britain's role will be on the international stage. A fast-growing movement, advocating a customs union with Canada, Australia, and New Zealand may just have the answers.
Belfast is burning: 100 years on from the partition of Ireland
After decades of peace under the Good Friday Agreement, young British Loyalists bring havoc to towns and cities across Northern Ireland.
Nouse interviews Claire Sugden: 100 years since partition
Nouse catches up with Claire Sugden MLA on her thoughts about Northern Ireland's centenary celebrations.
An English Solution to a Scottish Problem
Kier Starmer and Gordon Brown propose English devolution to confront Scottish nationalism
What has changed in politics since Boris Johnson’s election victory in December last year?
Nouse’s politics team outline the major political developments that have taken place in what has been a tumultuous and unpredictable year in politics.
Bread, Bandages and Bullets
The Conservative government makes recent cuts to the foreign aid budget. Chancellor attempts to "balance the books" on public spending while the Prime Minister wants more Battleships
Nigel Farage and Richard Tice launch anti-lockdown Reform Party
Nouse examines the radical proposals of the Reform Party and scrutinises its backing for the Great Barrington Declaration
Left Wing, Right Wing: Thoughts from the Politics Editor
Does Laurance Fox's "Reclaim" Party have a place in British politics?
York leading the way for high streets
In the ever increasingly hostile environment of high street retail, Business corespondent James Abbott looks at York high street's innovative regeneration project.
Political and campaigning societies at York
Nouse talks to some of the many political and campaigning societies York has to offer