Young Adults Don’t Vote

Over the last two decades there has been a frightening drop in the democratic turnout of young people. Is there any way of reversing this trend? By Tommy Churchyard The 2015 general election saw one of the worst turnouts on record for young adults, with just 43% of registered 18-24 year olds choosing to cast…

Final Feature Idea – Rationale

In the UK general election last year, only 43% of 18-24 year olds decided to cast their vote. Personally I find that figure quite remarkable. I want to investigate the reasons why nearly three out of five young adults decided not to choose the politicians that represent them in parliament and what can be done…

Blog Post: Trump surges on as Bush drops out

Donald Trump continues to shake up the US political weather by storming to victory in the Republican South Carolina Primary, winning 35% of the popular vote and 100% of the delegates in this state. According to The Associated Press, this leaves Trump with 67 delegates, 56 ahead of Ted Cruz on 11 who is closely followed…