A Wilde kind of socialism

Written by Isabella Welch, OULC Social Secretary and Disabilities Officer. “A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth even glancing at, for it leaves out the one country at which Humanity is always landing. And when Humanity lands there, it looks out, and, seeing a better country, sets sail. Progress … Continue reading A Wilde kind of socialism

Academies: Labour’s problematic brainchild

Written by Lottie Sellers, OULC Women*s Officer and Secretary. “Education, education, education” went the slogan that defined New Labour. The secondary school I attended transformed into a shiny, purpose-built structure, which, thanks to the ‘Building Schools for the Future’ programme, replaced the 1960s edifice falling down around the ears of its over 1000 students. My … Continue reading Academies: Labour’s problematic brainchild

Where are all the women?

Written by Megan Howells, Publicity Officer and The Queen’s College Rep. The Labour Party is, and always has been, the party for women. No other party has committed so strongly to the empowerment of women, socially, politically, and economically. However, although the Labour movement’s feminist achievements are rightly celebrated, it is an inescapable truth that … Continue reading Where are all the women?

Brexit for non-humans

Written by Isabel Barber, OULC member and former Membership Officer. Wilbur-Pig interviews Bullseye, Chief Whippet for the Opposition, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Member of Poultry for County Durham, Blue-Cow, Supporter of the Green-Grass-Grazing Party, Elmer, Tusk-Manager in the Department for International Trunks, Peter, Resident of 10 Watership Downing Street, and Cleo-Cod, Department of Environment, Fish and River … Continue reading Brexit for non-humans