Brexit deal rejected by 432 MP’s, making it a historic defeat in Commons At 19:00 on the 15th of January 2019 a vote was held to confirm whether or not […]
Police Scotland have issued a warning to the public not to call 999 unless you are having an emergency. They are blaming the abandoned calls on young children and people […]
On Saturday the 27th of October, Scottish teachers took to the streets of Glasgow, calling for a 10% pay rise, here’s why. The event was organised by Scotland’s largest teaching […]
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Pret a Manger are suffering consequences after a court case regarding the death of a 15 year old girl on a British Airways flight to France. In 2016 Natasha Ednan-Laperouse suffered a […]
A further 258 jobs will be lost as RBS close another 54 branches in England and Wales.
Last summer, a disabled man was driven to take his own life due to the over-whelming stress of austerity, while mental health and faults of the benefit system were once […]
Warning: this article explores content you might find upsetting. If you need support, please speak to your Pupil Support teacher or another responsible adult. In recent years mental health has […]
A fire in Belfast city centre has destroyed the 233 year old Bank Building where Primark is situated.
It’s festival time once again! A quick look at some of the best festivals 2018 had to offer us. July and August are traditionally the time of year for different […]
28,000 jobs have been lost or are at risk in the collapse of the British High Street.
After the death of a British couple in an Egyptian hotel, Thomas Cook have made the decision to remove all its customers from the establishment. The travel agency said they […]
Over the course of the last month, it has become clear that mental health and suicide prevention have been high on the Scottish Government’s agenda. What steps are being taken […]
Whilst we’ve been off enjoying our Summer Holidays, we may have missed many of the exciting events taking place on our doorstep. Its time to brush off the cobwebs and […]
On Friday 16th March, Police Scotland launched a new social media campaign and will be working with schools to target younger people with the aim of increasing awareness of hate […]
By Ellie Searl At the start of March organisers of an event in Brighton had to offering refunds after running out of cheese. The snow is being blamed for some […]
Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Chief I must admit as I scanned the newspaper headlines last week I did wonder if the famous fast food chain was branching out into hairdressing! […]
Rio Jordan | Reporter Four people have been killed in crashes in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire as wintry conditions fail to subside across Britain. Snowfall made driving conditions treacherous in many […]