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Gun Control: Where America has gone wrong

On Wednesday 14th February, we again witnessed the American government’s inability to prioritise the value of life. In Parkland, Florida, 17 lives were lost at...

Windrush: Victims of the ‘Nasty Party’?

In the week when Prime Minister Theresa May hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, she was forced to apologise to the Windrush generation...

Unusual Politicians

Sol Campbell  When ex-England international footballer Sol Campbell retired in 2011, convention indicated that an unsuccessful spell managing in the lower leagues, perhaps at Swindon...

Gun Laws still not under control at the wake of the...

Republicans defend officers that didn’t want to face an AR-15, I bet the 17 victims didn’t either. The tragedy in Parkland is, according to Everytown,...

Crisis? What Crisis?

Just a few years ago, the staggering loss of life as refugees fled from war-torn countries was an issue that haunted the national consciousness...

Europe Strikes Back – An Analysis of Europe’s Strike Culture

Just why is Europe always brought to a halt by weekly strikes? If you have spent time in mainland Europe in recent years, and particularly...

Cyril Ramaphosa – South Africa’s Redemption?

Whilst the rest of the world has merely watched Zuma resign and be replaced with ANC favourite Ramaphosa, what news outlets, BBC, CNN and...

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...