Westminster Democracy: Is British Politics Broken?

Joshua Grier - Year 13 Student & Deputy Editor, Politics in Review Editor’s Note: Politics in Review would like to remind its readers that this is an independent journal, published entirely by politics students. Therefore, the opinions expressed in this journal are the opinions of the contributors and not the opinions of the school. GG In recent years, … Continue reading Westminster Democracy: Is British Politics Broken?

The Censorship of the History of the British Empire

Eshana Dasanjh - Year 11 Student History is determined by those who write it. As Napoleon once said, ‘What is history, but a fable agreed upon?’ Many parts of history are often forgotten, downplayed, or repressed, and nowhere is this more fitting than in the turbulent history of the British Empire. Instead of recognising the … Continue reading The Censorship of the History of the British Empire

How Equality of Opportunity Helps Drive the Economy

James Hardy - Year 12 Student One tenet of economic theory is the efficient use of resources or factors of production, be they land, labour, capital or entrepreneurship. This is because it reduces wastage and so these factors of production can be used for other purposes, facilitating greater economic growth. However, gross social inequality pervades … Continue reading How Equality of Opportunity Helps Drive the Economy

The Apprentice: A platform for young entrepreneurs, or a breeding ground for fame-hungry wannabees?

Oliver Larking - Year 13 Student Editor's Note: Oliver produced this excellent piece of original writing as part of his A-Level English Language course. It explores how and why the cultural hit TV show The Apprentice has evolved through time, and then examines the extent to which it has lost its way and how it … Continue reading The Apprentice: A platform for young entrepreneurs, or a breeding ground for fame-hungry wannabees?