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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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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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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Prominent politicians want a second referendum

One year before the official date of Britain’s departure from the European Union, Brexit is still a complicated issue and a subject of a wide political debate. Many politicians have

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Are we Blind; to the agenda of Modern Day Slavery in the UK

Women forced into prostitution, children forced to work in agriculture, domestic work and factories, entire families forced to work for nothing to pay off generational debts and girls forced to

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Cambridge Analytica Files; Is it Leading to a Second Brexit Vote

Former director of Research at Cambridge Analytica Christopher Wylie encourages for a second vote on Brexit. The allegations claimed from the data scientist’s end that Cambridge Analytica for harvesting approximately

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Millenial home buying – the reality of being a first time buyer

With the new tax year, how likely is it that 18-21 year olds nowadays will manage to buy a home of their own? Analysis by Independent thinktank, the Institute of

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Conservative housing policy: helping or hindering millenials?

“We’re investing £44 billion to reach an average 300,000 new homes per year” was the Conservative government  pledge during the 2017 Autumn Budget. What help does the Conservative government offer first

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