Sam Bradley
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I am an English Language undergrad at the University of Edinburgh, studying in my third year. I'm also an active student journalist, focusing on local news, national student news, student and local politics, and the arts.

My personal site can be found at sammbradley.wordpress.com

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Social Enterprises: Businesses Built on Ethics

(0) Comments | Posted 16 February 2013 | (09:13)

When it comes to the business world, the media is usually chock-full of narratives about corporate malpractice, the bonuses of high-level bankers and tax-avoiding coffee outlets. Less common are the stories that occur in just about every town and high street in the country - the stories about businesses that...

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Is the Welfare State the Sixth Evil?

(3) Comments | Posted 12 December 2012 | (22:46)

First published in the International Business Times 5/12/12, here

It's 70 years since the publication of the Beveridge Report, a landmark document that is credited with the birth of Britain's welfare state. Despite the significance of the report, this is an anniversary that the government and most media...

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The NUS Can't Go on Like This

(4) Comments | Posted 25 November 2012 | (23:00)

This week, 10,000 students from across the UK returned to the streets of London to demonstrate against higher education cuts and the government's tuition fee rises. If you're feeling a strong sense of déjà vu, you're not alone.

Wednesday's demonstration, despite not garnering much coverage in the mainstream press beyond...

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Election Night at the Student Union

(0) Comments | Posted 7 November 2012 | (18:23)

US presidential elections are the blockbuster events of democracy; to anyone with at least a passing interest in modern politics they are the highest level of the sport. The hyperbole, the round-the-clock coverage, and the intense hype all make the presidential race the cup final of the political world.

Thousands...

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