Stars make their voices heard as they vote in 2018 Midterm Election

What are these Midterm Elections? Midterm elections take place half way in between every presidential election which occurs every four years. Every two years, up for election in the midterms, are […]

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Midterms and Milestones

  The American midterms took place on November 6th this year and have arguably been the most historical midterms yet. For all there was immense disappointment in several states such […]

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EXPLOSIVE DEVICES SENT TO OBAMA AND CLINTON

Alleged explosive devices have been sent to high profile political figures, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton On Wednesday morning, the CNN office in New York was evacuated due to […]

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Academia, Anxiety and Well-Being

Recently, reports of mental health issues surrounding influences of academic pressure have been brought to the forefront of the general public’s attention – but why are these rates rocketing? Just […]

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No Deal Brexit

What is Brexit?  Who does it involve? On the 29th of March 2019 the United Kingdom will separate from the European Union, after only having joined in 1973.  Now 45 […]

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Florida Passes New Gun Control Bill

Eleanor Service | Editor In the aftermath of the horrific Valentine’s Day tragedy at Marjory  Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, we have seen the awe-inspiring power of young people’s voices […]

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Landfill collapse in Mozambique

Travis Tempest The tragic event that recently occured in Mozambique was catastrophic. A rubbish dump collapsed on to sixteen people. This occurred because of heavy rainfall that triggered the landslide […]

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Theresa May receives stormy outburst at Brit Awards

Grace Rowling The English Grime and hip hop artist Stormzy had an outburst for the Grenfell victims during his Brit awards performance earlier this year. Theresa May received a furious […]

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The Idiot’s (sorry!) Guide To Brexit

Grace Rowling Brexit is a term made up by a journalist in 2012 to shorten the phrase ‘Britain’s exit from the European union’. Brexit is the withdrawal of the United […]

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Trump’s Polarizing Response to NY Terror Attack and Hefty Security Budget Cuts

  Eleanor Service | Reporter In the wake of the tragic events that took place in New York on October 31st,  President Trump has had a characteristically extreme and relatively […]

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Catalonia Declares Independence

Erin Seils| Reporter The Catalan parliament has declared independence from Spain. This motion was approved by Catalan MPs with 70 in favour, 10 against, and two abstentions in the 135-seat […]

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Pence Walkout: Patriotic Protest or Planned PR?

Eleanor Service | US Vice-President Mike Pence walked out of an NFL game on Sunday, supposedly in protest after players refused to stand during the National Anthem. But, there has […]

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Catalexit?

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter Catalonia situated to the North East part of Spain, home to FC Barcelona, the Sagrada Família and the Picasso Museum. A rich, vibrant region of Spain […]

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Weighing Up: UK Party Conferences Take Place

Rachael Smith | Reporter Conferences for the British political parties are concluding this month, with many taking place in various city centres – here’s what you have to know.

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S2 In Action At Holyrood

Lewis Mcpartlin | Reporter On the 21st of September 2017 a group of second year students embarked upon a trip to the Scottish Parliament Offices.  The purpose of the Visit […]

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Trump Throws Tantrum – UN In Awe

Rachael Smith | Reporter On the 19th of September, Donald trump was warmly welcomed into the United Nations – ultimately resulting in an eruption of criticism and, of course, fear of an anticipated […]

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