Articles by Lucy Webster
Lucy Webster / August 11, 2015
Getting rid of fees won't make a fair deal for students, but neither will keeping them as they are
Leaving the Green Party out of the TV debates will alienate the young at a time when voter apathy is sky-high
The minister's comments about disabled people not being "worth" the minimum wage show a lack of understanding of the true value of labour
The previously obscure issue is likely to be at the heart of political debate in the coming weeks
It is now inevitable that more powers will be devolved to the Scottish Parliament—Westminster must follow this up by empowering other English cities
There is need for caution but disabled people deserve the right to die
As a pretty shy person, I do not usually volunteer for public speaking opportunities. But sometimes, the opportunity to discuss a subject I care about with a wider audience is too good to refuse....
Lucy Webster / January 22, 2014
For many in the world of political journalism, 2013 was characterised by the Edward Snowden scandal, which first broke last June and is still rumbling on. Around that time, when we were first coming...
Last week I discovered that the 3rd December is now officially the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities. “Oh”, I thought as I scrolled through a Twitter feed made up...