Natasha Clark
Natasha Clark, 22, reporter for PoliticsHome and sub for SundayTimes. Co-Ed for Wannabe Hacks, City and Warwick graduate. To check out my own blog, visit

Entries by Natasha Clark

Protest Turns Ugly: Warwick Students Tear-Gassed and Threatened With Tasers

(0) Comments | Posted December 4, 2014 | 9:37 AM

By Natasha Clark and Katherine Price

Students have been arrested, sprayed with tear gas and threatened with tasers at the University of Warwick, after a peaceful education protest turned violent yesterday on Wednesday.

Three students were arrested, one on suspicion of assaulting a police officer, two on counts of obstructing...

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Politics, Volunteering, Journalism: How Do I Change the World?

(0) Comments | Posted July 22, 2013 | 6:14 PM

A new poll has found that Americans think that the best way to make a positive change in society is through volunteering and charities, not politics, which they see as a 'waste of time' as they cannot get anything done.

The USA TODAY/Bipartisan Policy Center poll overwhelmingly indicated...

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Higher Business Confidence is Good for Us Soon-to-be-Grads

(0) Comments | Posted July 2, 2013 | 1:16 PM

Headlines on the subject of business and the economy have been relatively pessimistic and negative for most of us as of late, particularly students. Take, for example, the statistics that some of Britain's young people spend 2.3 years unemployed. Ouch.

Instead, I was pleasantly surprised this morning to...

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Woolwich Attacks Show Terrorism at Its Worst: Taking Advantage of a Media-Saturated Society

(1) Comments | Posted May 23, 2013 | 5:14 AM

As usual in such a tragic event, the devastating effects of yesterday's terror attack in London have left myself and many others in a position of shock, to the point of being unable to comprehend a coherent response. Many will condemn the hateful attack, the violent backlash and others will...

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'Darkness Cannot Drive Out Darkness, Only Light Can Do That'

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2013 | 7:52 AM

Everyone has their own ways of dealing with a tragedy such as yesterday's attacks on Boston, which left 3 dead and more than 140 injured. Some will respond with anger, some sadness, some with deference and determination to stand strong among the wreckage. Some will remain glued to CNN and...

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Grouping Together all Women as Mothers will Generate Anger, not Votes

(0) Comments | Posted September 25, 2011 | 7:00 PM

Last week, The Guardian revealed details of a leaked memo which contained information of future Government plans to "win back female voters". As a woman with an interest for politics, I'm all ears.

The Government are concerned that their promise to be the most 'family friendly government ever' is not...

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