Captain Sir Tom Moore, 99, raised over £32 million for the NHS by walking around his garden. But he should not have had to do this. When he died, at the age of 100, Boris Johnson asked us to clap for him. Sir Tom’s marvellous effort was hijacked by the government to distract attention from the deaths of more than 120,000 people.
Author: Harriet Willmoth
Harriet grew up in Pevensey but is currently studying History at the University of Cambridge. In her spare time, she contributes to Varsity (Cambridge’s main student newspaper), she writes a blog (https//harrietshistories.wordpress.com), and she makes YouTube videos (her channel is called ‘Hatty Willmoth’). After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in journalism.
University cities are becoming hotbeds of Covid-19. Over the past few weeks, over two million students from all over the UK were encouraged to move into accommodation after six months of being told not to mingle. We are putting ourselves and those around us at risk, only to receive the vast majority of our teaching […]
What’s the ‘new normal’ at uni? Going back for me and thousands of other students will be different, the environment strange, and the higher-ups will muddle through as usual. But inevitably our tuition fees will stay at an all-time high while our employability plummets to a likely all-time low. The coming months could be disastrous, […]