England, along with much of the UK, will enter a new lockdown after recording over 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the seventh day running. The advice, once again, becomes “stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives”.
Police arrest two after Swastika appears in Royal Holloway’s Library
The pair have since been released on bail while the Police continue their investigation.
Convictions of Campaigners and Journalists Shake Democracy In Hong Kong
Seven leading figures in Hong Kong's democracy movement have been convicted for their role in organising protests.
Myanmar Suffers Deadliest Day of Military Coup After Police Open Fire on Protestors
Protestors have been on the streets since the military took power on February 1.
Trump Avoids Capitol Punishment: What’s next?
The latest saga in the Trump show may not be the last, but there is a country here that still needs running.
Former-president Donald Trump acquitted of impeachment charges
For a second time, former President Trump has been acquitted.
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Just days after moving Surrey in to Tier 3, the PM was back at the lectern to announce a plethora of new restrictions.
Students have criticised Royal Holloway’s ‘weak’ response, following screenshots posted to social media, which allegedly show a first year Master’s student at the university racially abusing a Black woman online, because of her skin colour.
Aleksandra Wrona explores some of the positives and the pitfalls of the governments ten point plan.
Surrey, with the exception of Waverly, will follow much of the East and South East of England into Tier 3 on Saturday.
Niamh takes a look (or listen) at the new Future Islands album ‘As Long As You Are’
The Music Team takes a look at Bring Me The Horizon’s new track ‘Teardrops’ and gives their opinion after a single listen through!
Hannah gives an insight and analysis into the new FKA Twigs album ‘Magdalene’
While Joe Biden has won the most votes of any presidential candidate, the fact America has not rejected Trump outright means that the beckoning normality looks far more fragile than it did before.
A bitterly contested election will run for a while longer yet…
As America heads to the polls, Harry Mear reflects on the US election so far… and where it might go.
As the quadrennial U.S. Presidential Election draws ever closer, reflection upon the feats and fiascos of the Trump administration is imperative and reactions towards the final debate will be a deciding factor for voters.