Author: Eoin McCall

Lions’ Roar Was Little More Than A Squeak

Rugby is by far my least favourite of all the ball sports, but as Sports Editor of The Sphinx, it has been decided that I will be on safari with the Lions in New Zealand. By “on safari”, I mean I will rise at 8am twice weekly to watch the games in bed, because I don’t care enough about the sport to venture downstairs. It’s first important to remember that there’s about 8 countries in the entire world that play rugby seriously. Every 4 years, 4 countries combine to try and defeat New Zealand, South Africa or Australia. The four countries that make...

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Time To Grow Up

If history has shown us one thing it is that for the far-right to triumph it needs a divided Left that is too focused on petty infighting. You would hope that we would have collectively learned this lesson to counter what is fast becoming a right-wing dystopia. The Left should be putting up a united front, but hey-ho here we are having the pettiest of squabbles over who is more self-righteous. Well done lads, superb work, there are people actually dying. The way you help the most vulnerable people is by being in government; you cannot help anyone in opposition....

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