My Political ‘Awakening’

I don’t like to consider myself new to the Labour movement, because even before I could vote, I knew I was Labour. I remember watching the 2010 election (I was 15 at the time) and waking up in the morning to the polls showing the downfall of the Labour Party. I remember having a little… Continue reading My Political ‘Awakening’

Graduation *internally screams*

I described the whole graduating process the other day as if I had ridden the bus of education to the very last stop, and the driver had chucked us all off at the terminus to go home for his tea. Overall, I was unsatisfied with that description, but it does hold an element of truth.… Continue reading Graduation *internally screams*