Election night was weird. I sat there at 21:50, terrified of my own laptop screen due to the knowledge that in 10 minutes it would show an exit poll that could make or break my day (and week, and...
Concrete spoke to Richard Bearman, the Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Norwich South to discuss the party’s policies, before the vote on Thursday 8 June. Mr Bearman is running against James Wright (Liberal Democrat), Lana Hempsall (Conservative), and the incumbent...
UEA students have been encouraged to register to vote by the SU, local candidates, and fellow students. The SU say they spoke to over 650 students about registering to vote last week. SU Campaigns and Democracy Officer Amy Rust said that...
Prime Minister Theresa May visited Norwich yesterday to launch the Conservative Party’s election campaign in East Anglia. Mrs May visited the International Aviation Academy at Norwich International Airport on Monday afternoon. In her speech, Mrs May told an invited crowd that...
The general election was covered by UEA's Media Collective, comprimsed of Concrete, UEA:TV and Livewire 1350. The societies gathered at nine pm in the office, ready to cover whatever the next twelve hours had to throw at them. All members...
UKIP swung into the limelight in 2014, capturing the nations attention with "traditionally conservative values" and the aim of leaving the EU. Much of their popularity was not a result of their policies, it was a result of people...