Students plan solidarity rally with Muslim community

By Matthew Seary In response to the Britain First rally outside the Canterbury Mosque on the 7 February, students from the University of Kent and the wider community have set up a ... Continue Reading →
4709_fallout_4 wallpapersdesknet

Review: Fallout 4

For many readers out there, I would need to say nothing more than “Fallout 4. Buy this game”. Indeed, this game franchise has gained a massive following ever since the release ... Continue Reading →
Britain First

Britain First protest at Canterbury Mosque

Britain First By Matthew Seary On a day the Canterbury Mosque opened it’s doors to welcome in the wider community on the 7 February, Britain First, a far-right nationalist movement, ... Continue Reading →
Photo by: foxsports.com

The sixty-six year old question – how safe is Formula 1?

The Formula 1 2016 season won’t be kicking off until the 20th March, when the lights go green in Melbourne for the first Grand Prix of the year. Car manufacturers won’t even ... Continue Reading →
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. Photo by: Lee Davy

The Google tax deal that left us wanting more

By Sunny Singh The miraculous George Osborne instigated a “major success” of UK tax policy recently by making Google pay £1.2bn less than what they should’ve paid, according ... Continue Reading →
Reading on the Stairs

Kent students #currentlyreading

Two writers, Harrie Wood and Lydia Rugg, give us an update on the books that they’ve been reading over the past few weeks.   Harrie Wood is currently reading Reasons ... Continue Reading →