2023’s by-elections: Do they show what will happen in 2024?
Jack Rogers (he/him) looks into the implications of the 2023 by-election
A return to power sharing in Northern Ireland?
Will Northern Ireland return to power sharing?
The housing crisis: reasons to be cheerful for tenants
The government is set to enact a significant overhaul of rental legislation, reshaping the housing market for years to come.
The Summer of Discontent and the Battle of the British Railways
As Britain’s railway workers continue to strike, should the government be looking for more radical solutions?
King Charles III Coronation has outlined a change in British culture
Through a smaller coronation from the last, the new King has become the new figurehead of the commonwealth. Though for some, it has been an unwelcome change.
Nouse interviews Andrew Jones MP
Andrew Jones MP talks student issues, national matters and his hopes for 2023
Rising interest rates destabilise UK housing market
Property prices fell at the fastest rate in over a decade, as mortgage affordability worsens
NHS under “intolerable and unsustainable” pressure
Deteriorating pay and conditions alongside increasing workloads has pushed NHS staff to "breaking point"
The Met Police: Does one bad apple spoil the barrel?
Following two high profile cases which have shamed the Metropolitan Police, addressing the ingrained culture is vital in improving public trust
How could broadcasting live trials impact the future of our legal system?
The broadcasting of Crown Court proceedings has increased judicial transparency, yet there are concerns over the fairness of future trials
A review of the Truss premiership
In what has possibly been the most turbulent first six weeks for a new Prime Minister, there is huge uncertainty over Liz Truss’s future and whether she can save the reputation of the Conservative Party
Government plans on long-term energy security
As Prime Minister Liz Truss announces her plan to freeze energy bills, there's debate over Britain's energy sources
Is Britain sufficiently prepared for nuclear war?
It has been 70 years since Britain first tested nuclear weapons, yet our trajectory today appears very different
100 years of the BBC: Future of British broadcasting
With the BBC's centenary on the horizon, the future of the corporation looks uncertain in an evolving media industry
Recruitment fears amid latest public sector pay increases
As inflation outstrips recent remuneration awards, there are concerns public services will struggle to retain and recruit staff
Revisiting UK Abortion Law after Dobbs v. Jackson
Developments in the US have spurred some politicians to become more outspoken as abortion laws come under the spotlight
An interview with the Green Party councillor for Fishergate
Cllr Andy D'Agorne discusses how the City of York Council is representing students in his role as Deputy Leader
Nouse interviews Labour councillors for Heworth and Micklegate
Cllr Claire Douglas and Cllr Peter Kilbane get to the heart of student issues
Is the government prepared for another pandemic?
Henry Howard examines whether the UK government has learnt from Covid and is ready for another pandemic
Pride and politics: Superficial or a show of good faith?
While Pride Month is in full swing, there is concern that government policy isn't entirely compatible with their gestures of support
Government hesitancy over Britain’s energy crisis
Max Abdulgani analyses Britain's energy security amid a cost of living crisis
Can the Green Party build on their recent local election success?
Raphael Henry analyses the Green Party's chances and speaks to Councillor Gottlieb
Local Elections 2022: Will protest voting swamp local issues?
In light of public discontent towards the government, protest voting and low turnout look set to define the local elections
Local elections could change the future of Northern Ireland
Polls suggest that Sinn Féin will be the largest party in Northern Ireland for the first time since the Good Friday Agreement
Disruption in the public sector
Lauren Stanton details how Covid continues to affect work practices
The link between Rwanda and Linton-on-Ouse
Within the government's new immigration policy they announced a reception centre in Linton, 8 miles from York
The government faces pressure for its conversion therapy double U-turn
Q Cummins explores the government's history on LGBT+ policy and how their double U-turn over banning conversion therapy has been received
‘Pills by Post’ removal can leave women vulnerable
Hannah Boyle discusses the potential removal of the 'pills by post' abortion service
Policing, power and politics: a toxic combination?
Josh Rutland analyses the increasing politicisation of the police as Britain's most senior officer resigns
Brexit two years on: has the UK ‘taken back control'?
The Nouse team analyse the ripple effect of Brexit two years on