Usain Bolt, champion or shameless drugs cheat?

 Usain Bolt may have sprinted to victory this year but his drugs past is right behind him The long-awaited...

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Ain’t no sunshine when it’s gone: UK Government’s drastic cuts to solar industry

‘Every moment, enough solar energy hits the Earth to meet the world’s energy needs 10,000 times over’ The Conservative...

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Will the BBC survive another decade?

With a mounting array of complaints and accusations, the lifespan of this once great British broadcaster may be coming...

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Interview Exclusive: Syriza and the capitalism-democracy breakup – suffering with dignity

Last weekend came the crescendo of a damning exposé: Europe’s capitalist institutions are openly uninterested in the democratic expression of member...

by - 04/07/2015

Young Voters: Your future depends on staying politically active

Six in ten young voters turned out to the polling stations this May, but it is important that youth involvement in...

by - 26/05/2015

Casting Director, Pippa Ailion: What it takes to succeed in the West End World

Pippa Ailion has cast over 135 productions internationally, including the West End hits Wicked, Billy Elliot, The Lion King and The...

by - 28/04/2015

Green Candidate Mark Stevenson: ‘If opportunities aren’t being given to you, fight for them!’

Mark Stevenson is the Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Henley, Oxfordshire. This is his fourth term running in Henley. He also...

by - 22/04/2015

5 truths behind university life: advice from a second year

 Starting university this year? A bit anxious? Don’t fret, here are my insider’s words of wisdom to get you through that...

by - 28/08/2015

GCSE Results Day: A day to decide the future of many young people

GCSE Results Day is finally here, so what are your options? On this day every year, it is a story of...

by - 20/08/2015

Cameron’s crackdown on FGM

As the government resolves to protect young girls from being mutilated, the methods employed may only make things worse In Ethiopia,...

by - 20/08/2015

UK court overturns ban on migrants obtaining a student loan in landmark ruling

Not being able to join your friends as they go to university is tough, not being able to get necessary qualifications,...

by - 18/08/2015

5 truths behind university life: advice from a second year

 Starting university this year? A bit anxious? Don’t fret, here are my insider’s words of wisdom to get you through that...

by - 28/08/2015

Country for Old Men: The old-‘er’ generation winning our votes

The UK, U.S. and France all have election candidates past the age of 60. Does this mean we’re no longer ageist?...

by - 24/08/2015

Clinton in trouble over ‘top secret’ information sent via personal email

As careless emails sent by Mrs Clinton surface, voters may have no choice but to start getting doubts over her competence...

by - 12/08/2015

Jeremy Corbyn: Is Britain that scared of a left-wing party?

 The very real danger of Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader may be causing some from his own party to sabotage...

by - 12/08/2015

A corpse rots under the sun: but why the uproar?

The story of Cecil the lion hit hard in the West, but are we forgetting to have the same compassion for...

by - 21/08/2015

Akon Lights Africa yet Bruce Jenner’s sex change gets all the limelight

What are we doing wrong when one man’s effort to help millions is eclipsed by another man’s need to help himself?...

by - 17/08/2015

The Missing Chibok Girls: A Tip of the Iceberg in Disunited Nigeria

Tears welled up in the eyes of Martha Mark, whose daughter Monica Mark was kidnapped by Boko Haram on the 14th...

by - 21/07/2015

African Injustice: A land soiled by colonialism that only time can reform

‘Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past’ – George Orwell As George Orwell has stated...

by - 17/07/2015

Over 300 injured as China explosion causes devastation and chaos in Tianjin

A massive explosion from a shipment of explosives has occurred in the port city of Tianjin. This explosion has reportedly injured...

by - 13/08/2015

The curious case of Philip Hammond’s Far East Tour

As the world remembers the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Hammond seems to have his sights firmly on acquiring Trident: nuclear...

by - 13/08/2015

Irony of the Indian national anthem

There is a controversy as to whether the Indian national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ was written by Rabindranath Tagore in praise...

by - 30/07/2015

China’s diplomacy fools no one – Japan remains its sworn rival

Recently, the Chinese appear to be sending out conflicting signals about their relationship with Japan. On the one hand, they are...

by - 14/07/2015

Was the Greek Government cheated by Goldman Sachs?

Austerity caused by the banks but paid by the tax payer, this is the reality the Greek people have to live...

by - 27/08/2015

The Greek crisis – Has neoliberalism run its course?

The current Greek crisis is raising serious doubts on the neoliberal model’s sustainability, at least in Europe. The continent is dichotomized...

by - 20/07/2015

Sport Review: 2015 Austrian Grand Prix – Blink and you won’t miss much

The Austrian Grand Prix seen on the 21st of June 2015 is one that will stand in the minds of many...

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Interview Exclusive: Syriza and the capitalism-democracy breakup – suffering with dignity

Last weekend came the crescendo of a damning exposé: Europe’s capitalist institutions are openly uninterested in the democratic expression of member...

by - 04/07/2015

Insecure US spies on Japan – its ‘closest allies’

From Kyoto to Berlin and every disco I get in, the US are bugging the phones, bugging the phones Obama recently...

by - 17/08/2015

Dear Media: We Need To Talk About Donald Trump

Question: Why does the American media behave like a bunch of groupies with a man who categorically cannot become the next...

by - 12/08/2015

Poet’s Voice: Ants – for Sandra Bland

The body of Sandra Bland lies dead and cold, but the poet’s voice is alive and full of human sympathy for...

by - 11/08/2015

Republican Primary Debate Schedule

August 6, 2015 9pm ET – Republican Primary Debate Fox News Sponsors: Fox News, Facebook Aired On: Fox News Channel Location:...

by - 06/08/2015

Colombia and FARC peace talks: Just a Farce?

While conflicts continue to take place involving al-Qaeda, Israel and Palestine, and various others, it looks as if the world could...

by - 27/11/2014

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