The People’s Walk for Wildlife saw 10,000 people marching on Downing Street. Read on to find out more.Read More
On March 30th, the penultimate day before the closure of the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter, Ideas On Info held a debate about where ‘The Future of Theatre and The Arts’ might take us now, and how education, providing development spaces and Brexit might effect it?Read More
Our Podcast special recorded live during our question time and debate event at the Exeter Bike Shed Theatre at the end of March just before it closed down.Read More
In April last year, I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at the 2017 TEDxExeter conference. If we, as young people, can go out and (to borrow a quote from my talk) set the world on fire, the politicians can actually take us seriously.Read More
Established in the aftermath of WWII the core body of the UN has changed little in composition. Currently there are only five permanent members of the SC (Security Council), the UK, France, Russia, the USA, and China. This raises several questions, why are three of the five SC members western? Where is African and S. American representation?Read More
Peter Heaton-Jones, the Conservative MP for North Devon talks to us about his life, his politics and how he got to where he is now.Read More
Patriotism is great. Especially when you actively feel it. Seeing your your country win at a sport, excelling in academia, or even learning about its past achievements.Read More
The very fact that you are reading this is proof that Trump’s name generates a huge amount of interest. Too much interest. Perhaps it is time to simply ignore Trump. Let him do his thing and let the American people work out what should be done.
The Exeter MP, elected during the great Blair landslide of 1997, is very much a veteran of British politics. But who is he?Read More
We all want to do our best when renovating our period French property and up there on the list of ‘improvements’ is replacement windows and doors, with double glazing of course.Read More
Come and sit while we contemplate a future of vehicles that drive themselves and consider what this new world might do to us… especially since it might not be that far away.Read More
Reaching a consensus on what is the most important place in the world would be an impossible task. For the myriad indigenous tribes of the Americas, Africa and Australasia, the forest constitutes a lifeline. In Western Africa or the Indian subcontinent, it may be the monsoon clouds that carry life-giving rains to parched lands.Read More
This article is a debunking of an article written in The Spectator by Matt Ridley. It is advisable to read The Spectator's article first.
How has a man whose fortée is the filibuster and whose first tweet was in Latin now suddenly become a potential future PM?Read More
We all know climate change is disastrous. But it's a luxury to be able to worry about it.Read More