The True Cost of Free University Tuition

By Dominic Nolan Correspondent, Economics and International Relations Undergraduate Student All is not as it appears in Scottish higher education, a system which is held up as a bastion of social progressiveness by many. Scotland is the only nation of the United Kingdom which does not charge its students tuition fees, which some have argued…

Is Foreign Investment in London to Blame for Property Prices?

By James Moynan Theory Section Editor, Economics Undergraduate Student  Siddons Court is a largely unimpressive feat of architecture, a housing block constructed of a mixture of red and brown brick. Its design barely warrants a glance by the common Londoner, especially when compared to the nearby majestic royal opera house. You would assume Flat 1a,…

From One to Two: An Evaluation of Chinese Population Control

By Yifan Xia Correspondent, International Relations Undergraduate  On 29 October, the news about the reformational change of Chinese population control went viral throughout Western media. The one-child policy is about to come to an end 45 years after the policy was officially enacted in 1970. Chairman Mao first introduced the concept of population control in China…