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Russian cybercrime and social media: just how bad is it?

Everyone is familiar with news headlines concerning ‘Russian hacking’, which surfaced particularly during the 2016 US elections and Brexit campaign, but how much truth...

The Elephant in your Newsfeed

It’s 2018, it’s been almost 12 years since its launch, so let’s review - what’s new with the Facebook newsfeed? Hint: it’s looking a...

One year later- An analysis of the Trump administration so far

The arrival of January 2018 marks almost a year since Donald Trump was inaugurated as 45th US President, an event that occurred on 20th...

The Ghosts of Christmas Present: The Darkness behind Dutch and Belgian...

Christmas is recognised across the globe as being the holiday of giving and of love. It is a time where people put aside their...

Trump advocates death for New York truck attacker

Donald Trump kept us on our toes on the day following the recent terror attack in New York by writing extremely cogently, if tersely,...

Theatre of Resignation: the Zimbabwean crisis explained

President Robert Mugabe, 93, concluded his 37-year tenure as leader of Zimbabwe November 19th. The resignation came amid pressure not only from the military...

Deal or no deal – A look at Brexit

The stock market is an integral part of our infrastructure as a society which, thanks to The Wolf of Wall Street, most of us...

Sexual Harassment in Parliament: How should the Government be dealing with...

On 1st November, it was announced that Michael Fallon had resigned from his post as Defence Secretary of State, admitting his behaviour had fallen...

NFL National Anthem Protests: Take a Knee

It’s hard not to look at international politics in the past year without stumbling across the latest outburst of President Trump as he takes...

Three dead as fears of election-rigging in Kenya fuels violence

On the 30th October, Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the victor of Kenya’s re-run election. The repeat of the election was enacted after the Supreme...