Sunday’s Debate is the crown jewell of POI. This is where 3 editors clash to decide which direction the UK government and more should do when faced with the biggest questions the public and MP’s themselves have to answer. Readers can clearly see three opinions and then the problems with each argument are then pointed out for them to so they can choose for themselves what Britain should do, or they can comment and take on our editors first hand.
In this article, our three editors try to tackle the question of Scottish Independence. Although the irony is not lost on us that we are three English men and women, the debate should still be held and with 3 very different answers to the question – some for and against Scotland leaving.
In this article, our three editors look at the controversial topic of prison reform. Attention from the media and politicians about prison reform always seems to be lacking, and this has lead to a point in time where prisons are desperate for reform!
In this article, our three editors discuss what changes the UK government should make to the NHS if any. The NHS is constantly under criticism from the media and the public, therefore POI decided to asses several options the UK government could explore if it decides to reform the NHS.
In this article, our three editors assess Britains proud tradition of private schools. Labour interestingly announced this week it will consider removing private schools from the education system. Although this may be a bit radical for our editors, do Labor raise a question that actually needs to be answered?
In this article, our three editors ask themselves, who is the best candidate to be Democratic nomination to take on Trump and who will it ultimately be. With the Democrat’s debates providing some very tense debate, can we look past their strong rhetoric and actually see who is the best candidate.
In this article, our three discuss the best solution when faced with the Irish Border question. Certainly one of our more challenging questions our editors have faced, but we certainly provide a number of interesting solutions.
In this article, our three editors ask the question, does everyone deserve freedom of speech if they are just going to use hateful, racist rhetoric and if they deserve this freedom, how should they use it to stop them abusing it.
In this article, our three editors evaluate the UK’s laws on prostitution. Many countries in the EU have decided to face the issue with many different policies, have many different results. We look at which method is best and push for the UK government to change their laws.
In this article, our three editors evaluate the options each party has to put forward to replace Boris Johnson and help sort out the issue of Brexit before it rips apart this country.
In this article, our three editors voice their opinion about whether or not the voting age should be lowered. With Scotland deciding to invite their young adults to have their say in two different referendums, is it time the rest of the UK follows suit. WHY HAS TENSION WITH IRAN INCREASED AND WHAT SHOULD BRITAIN DO?
In this article, our three editors suggest three different ways to deal with Iran. The Middle East is always a very difficult political landscape to navigate through, but we manage to come up with solutions to help the UK government avoid the landmines.
In this article, our 3 editors propose ideas to try and combat rising knife crime in the UK. Homicides have been growing rapidly, becoming a usual feature on the evening news, and we have proposed three different options the British government could choose.