William Sancroft

My name is William Sancroft, I am 24 and the Political Editor here at Kettle.

I'm a third year journalism student attending Southampton Solent University with a keen interest in politics, global affairs and sports.

I like to write first person pieces about the news that matters most to me and especially have a passion for injustices.

Contributor’s Recent Activities

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She's staying, come what May
On Thursday over 30 million people took to the polls in the largest turnout since 1992. Theresa May called a snap election, confident that she would be increasing her party’s majority and ending Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership once and for all. Unfortunately for Mrs May, it all came crashing down with a resounding bang.
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Corbyn's debt free vision
Political editor William Sancroft considers the implications of Jeremy Corbyn's plans for student tuition fee debt.
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What does Labour's manifesto mean for you?
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the manifesto released this week by the Labour Party.
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The weekly political round up
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the stories that made the political headlines this past week.
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A bad week for the Trump Administration
Political editor William Sancroft considers the past week for US president Donald Trump and the circle of events at The White House.