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Migration in the UK

Migration has been a major point of interest over the past few months, especially during the 2015 General Elections. Politicians have used the election...

So…Can Money Buy Happiness?

In an article by the Office of National Statistics, research showed that households with higher incomes lived more satisfactory lives. This was calculated by...

Who owns what? – Breakdown of business ownership in the UK

Over the years Britain has become a global hub of international business. Investors from as far as the east have expanded to the UK...

Overnight social media use linked to depression among teenagers

A lack of sleep among teenagers who are spending the night hours on social media can cause depression and anxiety, according to a study. Scientists...

What does government spend on Welfare?

Welfare Budget Expenditure (Edited by Afolabi Thomas) According to the ONS, in the year 2013-2014 the UK government spent £251 billion on welfare, which made up...

Inside The Mind Of Suzanne Evans

By Deborah Thomas Women in politics is not really catching on in the UK as we can see in other developed countries like the US....

Rwanda in Style

Sean Sheehan The journey, from London at least, is a cinch: an eight-hour night flight to Nairobi and within 45 minutes you’re stepping through a...

China: The silent helper of nations

In today's economy, China has risen up to becoming one of the world's fastest growing economies. In the past 20 years China's GDP increased...

Smoking may make acne scarring worse

It’s well known that smoking has a negative impact on your skin, causing changes including wrinkles, but new research has found that it may...

Win a Weekend Vegetarian Course for 1 person for two nights with an accommodation for up to 2 people.

competition closed   Win a Weekend Vegetarian Course for 1 person for two nights B&B with an accommodation for up to 2 people! The Ashburton Cookery School...

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Keir Starmer has called on Boris Johnson to urge Donald Trump to “respect human rights and the fundamental democratic right to peaceful protest” following...

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French troops will not march on the Champs-Elysees avenue on Bastille Day this year. The French presidency says the traditional military parade will be replaced...

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Boris Johnson has urged world leaders to join together and focus their “collective ingenuity” on the search for a coronavirus vaccine that is affordable...

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The European Central Bank has boosted its pandemic emergency support programme by 600 billion euros to 1.35 trillion euros in an effort to keep...

Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu slams West Bank settlers for anti-Trump remarks

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has harshly criticised Jewish West Bank settler leaders for disparaging President Donald Trump over what they perceive to be...
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