Founder and editor-in-chief of Res Publica
Zeyd was born and raised in Doncaster, England. He later studied at the London School of Economics, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). He is currently a trainee solicitor and his interests lie in British politics and academic art.
British Media is About to Change
Conservative critics of the British press want more than just a louder voice. They want the BBC dismantled and alternative views to disappear.
The Endless Elasticity of the Conservative Party
Britain’s most electorally successful party finds its secret to electoral success in the adoption of pragmatism over principle.
Britain's Five Moments that Changed the Pandemic for the Worse
It can be difficult to remember the government's most pivotal actions against COVID-19. A summary can be helpful.
The American Civil War: In Colour
The Civil War of 1861 brought to life.
Boris Johnson's Philosophy of Optimism
Johnson’s optimism is rooted in a self-confidence and a life of privilege knowing things will always work out in the end—not some intuitive hope for the future of Britain.
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