What does it mean to be a ‘liberal’?  

BY LUCY ETHERIDGE As we approach the final weeks of 2018, reflections on the year’s politics tend to focus on the process that has been gradual coming-to-terms with the tumultuous events of the preceding two years. Namely the “political earthquake” of Trump’s election in November 2016, closely followed by the Brexit vote of March 2017; both of which shocked even the most politically well-informed.   Unsurprisingly, an abundance of discourse has followed attempting to […]