This year, the Man Booker Prize saw its fiftieth iteration, granting literary prestige to the first ever Northern Irish winner, Anna Burns, for her novel 'Milkman'. Since its inception in 1968, the Booker Prize has been a focal point of British culture, and more widely of the literary world. After half a century of competition … Continue reading The Man Booker at Fifty
Representative Democracy has, since its inception, involved campaigning as the nation is asked to vote on an election of representatives. As we face up to a rapidly changing political climate, it is important to ask ourselves how this electioneering takes place as well as how it might change in years to come. The 2017 General … Continue reading How will political campaigning change in the future?