James Cropper

Student journalist based in London. Currently studying at the University of The Arts London.

James Cropper is a student journalists currently studying at the University of The Arts London. He predominately focuses on political and social issues.

James is also co-editor/founder of "Unsettled Magazine", a publication set up and run entirely by students.
Will The British Public Be Educated Enough For The EU

Will The British Public Be Educated Enough For The EU Referendum?

With the referendum imminent, there are countless questions yet to be answered. However, with time running it will be crucial for the British public to receive enough information, which does not yet seem to be happening. The cards are in Cameron's hands, but it is whether or not he will leave enough time for campaigning which is the real question.
28/01/2016 11:34 GMT
The Zero-Hours Contracts Debate Needs

The Zero-Hours Contracts Debate Needs Rekindling

It is for this reason that the debate surrounding zero-hours contracts must be rekindled as their very genetics are exploitative and biased towards employers. In simple, there must be an alternative to this system. A system where 740,000 individuals could wake up everyday without the worry of not being able to work and subsequently be left with no money.
17/11/2015 17:34 GMT
We Need More Working Class

We Need More Working Class Journalists

We all know journalism does a lot of reporting but it is about time that the industry addresses this problem, which ironically exists under its very nose. If it does, a more diverse range of voices will have a platform to be expressed which can only lead to a more democratic industry.
02/11/2015 17:29 GMT