By Peter Donnelly Three weeks have been and gone since reports, which were first muted in The Times, emerged that a settlement on the Northern Ireland Protocol had, after almost two years, been reached. The negotiating teams for the EU Commission and the UK Government were said to be on the cusp of an agreementContinue reading “The Protocol Negotiations: Many Lanes Ahead in this Brexit Story”
Category Archives: Columns
Ghosting: The Handbook
Want to get over your ghost? Expect their handbook excuses By Rory Morrow Social interactions, of course, can occur in all manner of form, shaped by, well, who knows? Fate? A higher power? Coincidence? Luck, good or bad, depending, inevitably on the context of the person and the interaction. A chance meeting on campus, theContinue reading “Ghosting: The Handbook”
EDITORIAL: The Gown’s Hopeful Future Is Indebted to The Success of The Pandemic Years
We’re back for the new student year! To kick things off, our new Editor-in-Chief, Rory Morrow reflects on the Gown’s recent success at the start of a new year
Should I stay or should I go now?
David Irvine runs the rule over Boris Johnson throughout the pandemic
FEATURE: THE WARS WITHIN THE WAR
First-time Contributor, Murchana Kaushik, in her own sensitive style, dissects the wars within the war continuing between Russia and Ukraine.
“The underlying idea reflected in all of these is the dichotomy of “us versus them”. Who is considered superior juxtaposed against those deemed inferior”