Homes vs Heritage: What is the future of Green Belt during the housing crisis?

Green Belt has been playing an integral role in shaping the English landscape for over 60 years. But in the midst of the housing crisis, some people think these regulations

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Could UK politics survive the launch of a centrist party

Rumours are running high at the possible launch of a new political party which caters to centrist leaning voters. Would this new party get the votes and who is involved?

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Prismatic Explains: The different levels of Democracy in the UK

With some local and mayoral elections next month, it can all be confusing as to what it all means and why it’s different to last years general election. Prismatic Explains

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Labour housing policy: help or hindrance for millenials?

If it gets into government, Labour pledges to build “thousands more low-cost homes reserved for first-time buyers”. The party would also guarantee Help to Buy funding until 2027.  Labour’s Shadow Secretary

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Russian Novichok nerve agents, explained

More than a month after the nerve agent incident, Yulia Skripal has finally been discharged from the hospital. Her father, and former Russian double-agent, Sergei Skripal, still remains in critical

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From London to Belfast: A travelling exhibition tells women’s abortion stories to end stigma

One in three British women will have an abortion during their lifetime, according to a survey by the British Pregnancy Advisory. Around 180,000 abortions take place in England and Wales

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Universal Credit and how it’s affecting you

The roll-out of Universal Credit (UC) and the four-year freeze on working-age benefits, has been controversial across the whole country. In this article, Prismatic weighs up the pros and cons,

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Gun violence in the USA: what is March for Our Lives?

On last March 24th, American students led a demonstration in Washington, D.C  to support restricting gun ownership. Other cities across the United States and the world witnessed protests and similar

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Open Britain: the future of the country is for its people to decide

Although Open Britain is a pro-European Union campaign group, Barney Pell Scholes, who is a Policy and press Officer, told Prismatic that the campaign is not seeking a re-run of

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Leave campaigners: the choice of voters should be respected

Leave campaigners strongly oppose a second referendum. They stress that voters decided to leave the EU and that Brexit really means Brexit. Robert Bates, senior research executive in Get Britain

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