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Frank Yang: Thoughts

Your mind is like a piece of art It’s a collage of pixels blindly organised You feel a sense...

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Some elderly migrants will get frozen out of their own pension pots

Did you know regardless of how long your family have lived and worked in the UK, choosing the wrong...

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Why are Winners such Losers?

Murray got knocked out of Wimbledon. The Scot, that us English folk made one of our own after his...

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The Hague: A beautiful juxtaposition

I shuffle uneasily in my seat as I listen to the equivalent statement in Dutch. I turn to look through the blurred...

by - 18/10/2014

Oktoberfest, Just two words: Beers and fun!

Oktoberfest, the famous festival that takes place every year in Munich, is the event where around six million litres of beer...

by - 18/10/2014

Something Wicked this way comes!

Brace yourselves, my fellow musical fanatics, London’s most hilarious and didactic musical has been identified and it’s bursting with life on...

by - 16/10/2014

Why Can’t I Talk To Strangers?

Do travellers in London have tape over their mouths? And if so, is there really such a thing as first-class train...

by - 06/10/2014

Priced out of an education

The dust has now well and truly settled on another intoxicating university Freshers’ Week where ingenuous young individuals indulge in a...

by - 17/10/2014

My elusive experience of Freshers’ Week

As a university undergraduate I was led to believe that Freshers’ Week was the greatest week of your university experience. The...

by - 13/10/2014

WHY SOVIET GOLD & SILVER IDEAL FOR YOUNG INVESTORS?

As the president of an art fund that specializes in investing I’m often asked this question: “What can young adults, university...

by - 09/10/2014

Shadow minister plans reform of “indefensible” Higher Education system

Liam Byrne, the shadow minister for universities, science and skills, warned that the “indefensible” higher education system will slowly “go bust”...

by - 04/10/2014

Kenneth Rea: What makes an Outstanding Actor?

As the Senior Acting Tutor of Guildhall School of Music and Drama for over thirty years, Kenneth Rea has produced some...

by - 01/10/2014

End Gaza Conflict: an exclusive interview with Sinna Mani

August 2, 2014: London. Unending violence and terrorism will be unleashed globally  if the Gaza conflict is not resolved immediately, according to...

by - 25/08/2014

Starting your own Fashion Brand, interested? Interview with INRebel.

CEO of INRebel, Susan Idama, spoke to Shout Out UK about starting her own fashion label, her vision and passion to...

by - 30/07/2014

Raised on Porn – Should we educate young people about porn?

Interview with Declan Kenny, the producer and presenter of Raised On Porn: A documentary questioning whether we should educate young people on porn, rather...

by - 14/07/2014

Plight of Children Orphaned by the Ebola Outbreak

Nearly 4,000 children have been orphaned or lost a parent by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa – according to initial...

by - 11/10/2014

Kenya: A new perception

It’s difficult not to only see Africa as a poverty-stricken land; the media paints a fairly accurate portrayal of the immense...

by - 07/10/2014

Rwanda: A story of suffering

The history of the world has painted a rather bleak picture of humanity: a memorial tapestry of suffering. Following the pattern...

by - 24/09/2014 -

Ebola – Exposing the Cracks in Nigeria’s Development

Nigeria has been legitimately economically boastful of late. With the recent figures showing an 89 percent economic growth since the 1990s...

by - 15/09/2014

Tamil Nadu: Liberty Under Threat

By Aditya Singh Yadav The latest amendments made to the main preventive detention law in Tamil Nadu have great potential for...

by - 10/10/2014

NGOs like S-H-A-R-E: Why should we care?

‘No thanks, we have our own problems here, why would I give my money to those abroad?’ I have been confronted...

by - 03/10/2014

Hong Kong protestors: The world’s youth shows its power!

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy campaigners are paralysing Hong Kong with their civil disobedience. They have made their message clear to...

by - 03/10/2014

Karimov the Lame

Although not as isolated as North Korea, Uzbekistan conforms to all the oriental despotic hallmarks and with the ancient cities of Samarkand...

by - 01/10/2014

The Hague: A beautiful juxtaposition

I shuffle uneasily in my seat as I listen to the equivalent statement in Dutch. I turn to look through the blurred...

by - 18/10/2014

Oktoberfest, Just two words: Beers and fun!

Oktoberfest, the famous festival that takes place every year in Munich, is the event where around six million litres of beer...

by - 18/10/2014

The problem with unpaid internships

As citizens of a liberal democracy, we were promised a number of things. We were promised the protection of human rights...

by - 18/10/2014

Is there a ‘Right to Die?’

It is a problem that has troubled court justices and lawyers for decades now, with an increasing number of sufferers of...

by - 14/10/2014

Obama as a symbol of U.S. Exceptionalism?

‘I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible’. (Senator Barack Obama, March 18...

by - 09/10/2014

Ms Clinton: The enigma behind the 2016 presidential race

Race and gender. Any sociologist or political scientist would warn against distinguishing between the two. Intersectionality, whereby race, gender, or additional...

by - 06/10/2014

Deepwater Horizon oil spill still bears its scars

The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, commonly known as the BP oil spill, was one of the worst environmental disasters of...

by - 03/10/2014

Hillary Clinton: The silence that has everyone talking

If you want an example of the extreme levels of crazy that media speculation can take, you only have to take...

by - 02/10/2014

Whither democracy? The effectiveness of term limits

Soon after my article about the ambiguous stance in Ecuador towards human rights was published, President Rafael Correa and his ruling...

by - 06/10/2014

The World Cup’s Toxic Legacy in Brazil

If you ask any Brazilian what they thought of the 2014 World Cup, the answer will most definitely be the same:...

by - 22/09/2014

Colombia: Out but not down

Until the World Cup the word ‘Colombia’ would probably have invoked ideas of either a prestigious university in New York City...

by - 28/07/2014

Ca$h, Controversy and Corruption: But still the best World Cup ever?

This year’s World Cup in Brazil has not failed to impress us, with a record 136 goals scored in the group...

by - 16/07/2014 -

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