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Analysis of world events.
A closer look at the Conservative candidate who thinks ‘nuisance tenants’ should be made to live in tents ‘picking potatoes’
Last week, whilst the leaders of the biggest parties in the country made their case in TV debate – with mixed results – MPS and… Read More »A closer look at the Conservative candidate who thinks ‘nuisance tenants’ should be made to live in tents ‘picking potatoes’
Tourism has changed significantly in the last decade, but what does the future hold?
Protesters from climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion caused significant disruption to flights from London City Airport, as several people were arrested in the ongoing protests.
Parliament to sit from Wednesday morning, after supreme court rules Johnson’s prorogation is unlawful
Boris Johnson faced perhaps the biggest defeat of his premiership on Tuesday morning, after supreme court judges unanimously ruled that his five-week prorogation of parliament… Read More »Parliament to sit from Wednesday morning, after supreme court rules Johnson’s prorogation is unlawful
Which countries lean furthest to the right? We take a closer look.
The former Mayor of London will officially succeed Theresa May as prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Protesting remains one of the most prominent ways to express an opinion in a collective manner for in today’s society. From demonstrations against the Vietnam… Read More »Protests around the world today: movements that are truly changing things
Manzes Pie and Mash shop 204 Deptford High Street SE8 3PR Tel: 0208 692 2375 Pie and mash shops were the hub of the… Read More »Manzes review – a truly traditional pie and mash shop in Deptford
Y2K decoded: Why didn’t the world end as we entered the millennium?