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New Year, Who Dis?

January is always an interesting month. In the journalism world it is a time of reflection and more so a time to look ahead, with various publication staff in an array of different newspapers and other outlets trying to predict […]

National

Changing Your Future

From the age of eight years old I wanted to be an English Teacher in a Secondary School; fast forward to the summer of 2016 and that all changed. This was a change that had the ability to disrupt my […]

World

Italian Feminism Has Fallen Short

It is difficult to imagine that First World Countries can suffer from issues that seem so old, yet here we are in a world where women’s rights and in turn their safety are being threatened. Between the Trump administration retracting […]

Your View

Teachers Should Not Have Guns

Consider this, dear reader, an unofficial part two to my article regarding wanting America to pull its finger out and figure out how to enforce gun laws or at least gun control. Part way through that original article I wanted […]

Politics

I Quite Like The Welfare State

Recently, a friend of mine and I have been discussing the past political systems. It was part of this conversation that my friend said that she did not mind Margaret Thatcher because ‘she ran the country like a business’. I […]

Your View

England Needs A National Vegetable

England has many things that define it and things that are ‘national’ staples. Our national drink is tea (originally from India and China), our national sport is football (FIFA have acknowledged that the Chinese game of Cuju is the first […]

National

RIP NME

It was announced on Tuesday 6th March that publication of News Music Events (NME) would be stopping after 66 years. It will live on though as an online music site instead. To many this has not been a bolt out […]

National

Period Poverty

December 2016 saw period poverty come to light with the release of Ken Loaches I, Daniel Blake. One scene where a struggling single mother shoplifting some sanitary towels sparked the interests with a range of people – soon food banks […]

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