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Gursimran Hans

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Gursimran Hans is a student studying Diplomacy and Foreign Policy at City, University of London. He has an undergraduate degree in Journalism with Study Abroad from City and Hong Kong Baptist University. He was previously on the overnight news team at The Daily Express and a member of the London Borough of Redbridge’s Fairness Commission.

Could it be time to move away from the left-right spectrum?...

A lot of people think of politics as being left-right. In Britain, this is Labour vs the Tories. In the US, this is usually the Democrats vs the Republicans. In Germany, this is the Social Democrats vs the Christian Democratic Union.

How football might provide a perfect test for the free market...

I was lucky enough to get a ticket for Euro 2020 on the first ballot, the game that became Italy v Austria. I lost the ticket on the second ballot following COVID attendance restrictions. Then, I got an update saying that due to losing out, I had priority access.

HS2 has caused a stir, but why is it so controversial?

28 June 2021 | ANALYSIS The recent Liberal Democrat by-election victory in Chesham and Amersham sparked headlines. The election was called following the passing of...

Super Thursday Summary: The Big Winners and Losers

11 May 2021 | NEWS Last Thursday saw a plethora of elections take place across the United Kingdom. These included Police and Crime Commissioner races,...

The upcoming DUP leadership elections – runners and riders

7 May 2021 | ANALYSIS On May 14, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will see its MPs and MLAs vote for their new leader as...

London Mayoral Elections 2021: The runners and riders

31 March 2021 | ANALYSIS Much of the attention in the London Mayoral race has gone towards the incumbent, Sadiq Khan of the Labour Party,...

Hartlepool polling data: Optimism for Tories, Pessimism for Reform UK

27 March 2021 | UK NEWS A new MRP Poll released by The Times yesterday morning will be positive reading for the Conservatives, but poor...

How the UK has a golden opportunity for soft power

23 March 2021 | ANALYSIS This week, Tower Hamlets Council passed a motion to rename streets around the new Chinese Embassy's planned site in London...

Fact-checking the claims made by anti-Starmer far-left activists

19 March 2021 | ANALYSIS Wolves of Westminster yesterday reported on a meeting of the so-called 'Labour In Exile Network' (LIEN), featuring several individuals...

EXCLUSIVE: Expelled far-left activists vow to set up own CLP, print...

18 March 2021 | UK NEWS A group stylising themselves as the “Labour In Exile Network” (LIEN), made up of far-left activists many of whom...
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