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Today on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, of which I am Assistant Producer, we were debating whether or not your background bares any significance on the way your life pans out. I am… Continue reading

Theresa May has no time for holiday blues with Brexit and bringing in the British Bill of Rights

Prime Minister Theresa May has only just returned from Switzerland but has little time for post-holiday blues with her busy diary planning Brexit negotiations, cuts to net immigration, and scrapping the 1998 Humans… Continue reading

UKIP holding hustings but is there a need for the Party after Brexit?

The legacy of the General Election saw the Kingdom divided, greater support for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) than ever before, and the Scottish National Party sweeping seats. Thus, it could be… Continue reading

Brexit from a human view

When a baby is born the first thing we do, Is name it a boy and girl and dress it in pink or blue. We give the baby a label and suddenly it… Continue reading

EU Referendum: The Facts

The debate on whether Britain should remain within or leave the European Union has become complicated because political parties are not taking a unified party line and individuals such as Boris Johnson, who… Continue reading

Trump and Khan: which tower are you standing in?

What’s going on with this world so divided? There are two twin towers which one are you in have you decided? Are you with Trump who wants a ban on Muslims in the… Continue reading

The Queen and Cameron’s fantastically clever candid comments

In a single day, Her Majesty the Queen was caught on camera partaking in two controversial conversations. The first was with Prime Minister David Cameron when he described Nigeria and Afghanistan as ‘fantastically corrupt’… Continue reading

Corbyn should thank the Conservatives for paving the way for his ‘kinder politics’

Prime Minister David Cameron may have paved the way for Jeremy Corbyn becoming a real contender in the next General Election. In his article ‘How Capitalism Changes Conscience’, Jonathan Haidt explains how the… Continue reading

It’s Not a Numbers Game: Wake-up, This Is Real

One image gripped a nation, touched consciences, and turned the tide of emotion surrounding the ‘migrant crisis’ overnight. The shocking image of a three-year-old boy’s body washed up on the shores of a… Continue reading

Broken Britain: the General Election Legacy

  In what has been one of the biggest and longest election campaigns, David Cameron and the Conservative Party will rule the nation for another five years. But what do the results reveal… Continue reading

What are you eating?

Have you ever seen a flock of birds fight over one piece of bread even though there are many other pieces scattered around the garden? Maybe that one piece of bread is under… Continue reading

#IfWeRanThings

On Tuesday 24th March, Channel 4 ran an ‘If We Ran Things’ event where young people, including myself, had the opportunity to voice our concerns to MPs in the run up to the… Continue reading

Let’s protect the female foetus and women

As an advocate of women’s rights, it is outrageous that various groups and individuals have spoken out against tightening laws on gender-based abortions. Today, MPs will vote on whether to amend the serious… Continue reading

A Barbie bus but where are all the Kens?

Before a baby has even popped out of the womb, we identify it as a ‘boy’ or ‘girl’. When a baby is born, many dress a girl in pink and a boy in… Continue reading

I am afraid of the dark

‘I am afraid of the dark’ is a common sentence children say. Why are they scared? Is it the monsters under their bed? Is it the fear of the unknown? You may think… Continue reading

Wednesday’s World News Updates: My Views

Bringing you a rounded update of the news by collating information from various publications and broadcasters, and sharing my opinion on this week’s top stories. 1. Labour Party annual conference. On Tuesday 23rd, Ed Miliband discussed… Continue reading

Wednesday’s World News Updates: My Views

Bringing you a rounded view of the news by collating stories from various publications and broadcasters, and sharing my opinion on this week’s top news stories. 1. The role of the media in… Continue reading

Wednesday’s World News Updates: My Views

Bringing you a rounded view of the news by collating stories from various publications and broadcasters, and sharing my opinion on this week’s top news stories. 1. What Independence really means for all… Continue reading

We are all human

The ongoing conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Palestine and Israel are no doubt affecting people around the world. Living in the UK and now under ‘severe’ threat of a terrorist attack, we may have… Continue reading

Wednesday’s World News Updates: My Views

Bringing you a rounded view of the news by collating stories from various publications and broadcasters, and sharing my opinion on this week’s top news stories. Journalist James Foley killed by extremists. On… Continue reading