On Felixstowe, and the Terror of the Logistical

Michael Walker analyses the geopolitics within vehicle logistics and importing/exporting goods. I live, as many Britons do, near a major road, the M42 in my case. There is no quiet here. Be it 2am or 9, its faint roar penetrates the glazing and worms into the brain; a comforting hum only noticed by absence, when…

The Impact of Brexit on Asylum Seekers in the UK

Robyn Moffat explores the harmful impacts that Brexit and the subsequent law-changes have on Asylum Seekers settling in Britain, as well as the catastrophic effects that COVID-19 has on the process of immigration. Last year, deportation flights from the United Kingdom to the European Union increased threefold as the home office rushed to maximise its…

2020 End-of-Year Review: Hindsight is Not Always 20/20

Building on the 2020 Mid-Review, Nathan Yang takes a look back at the second half of 2020 and raps up a strange year that has given an abundance of events, stories, and change around the world. How will societies, governments, and individuals evolve in 2021 in the midst of a seemingly endless pandemic overshadowing plans…