By Gabriel Callaghan Liberals and conservatives alike are rightly outraged by police actions in Minneapolis…
By Richard Roberts. A reflection on opening family archives and the value of such memory boxes.
By Gabriel Callaghan. In the current lockdown situation, Gabriel discusses how we can develop new skills, share these with others and prepare for the future.
By Gabriel Callaghan. A discussion of the treatment of veterans in British society.
By Miro Cafolla. An account of a recent Café Politique discussion between Professor Aileen McHarg and Dr Benedict Douglas, on whether the UK needs a written constitution.
By Clarissa Wemple. Ever wondered which category of the John’s Chronicle blog you’d fit best? We’ve got the quiz for you!
By Miro Cafolla and Alice Keith. A discussion of the first Café Politique on the Second Amendment to the US Constitution.
By Jack Walsh. A discussion of the issues current society faces through stifled conversation and tribalism.
By Alice Healy. The problem of fast fashion is becoming increasingly acknowledged, but what can we realistically do about it?
By Gabriel Callaghan. A discussion of social media and the problems it poses.