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WOMEN: 10 THINGS MEN WANT FROM YOU (The Reply)

Women, although you think you know what men search for in you, from being good in bed, to sending good...

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Sherlock Holmes and mastering the art of expertise

Expertise How do we become more knowledgeable and skilful about something? How is expertise gained? Why are experts and...

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HAS GOLD LOST ITS SHINE?

Gold has traditionally been a currency for adverse times, acting as a refuge for investors and savers. It is...

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Electronic Dance – A Short History

Electronic dance music (EDM) is something that the western civilisation, the United States and United Kingdom, brought to light in the...

by - 21/11/2014

How do you feel about the London weather?

‘Is it true that in London it is always raining?’ my friends from Italy, known as a warm country, are asking...

by - 13/11/2014

Supermarket Haiku – A Poem by Virginie Colline

Supermarket Haiku gondola galore sweet promises undulate to the muzak flow the flashy colors on the potato chip rack insitu pop...

by - 08/11/2014

The Importance of Drama Education in the Academic Process

When I first had to prepare a presentation for a Theatre class, I was searching for something different. Something other than...

by - 27/10/2014

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

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

Abusive Stigma – Another contaminant of Ebola

A Liberian man named Korlia walks into his local barber shop seeking a haircut. He comes through the entrance and is...

by - 20/11/2014

Ebola: Nigeria’s Success Story

In late July this year, the international airport in the bustling Nigerian metropolis of Lagos received an extremely unwelcome visitor. A...

by - 28/10/2014

‘I have not been to Haiti or the Philippines, then why should I help fight Ebola?’

SLWT road shows, in London, Manchester, and Birmingham , are recruiting volunteers to fight against Ebola The SLWT logo  The first...

by - 28/10/2014

Justice Served? Pistorius sentenced to five years for negligently shooting Reeva Steenkamp

October 21st saw the much anticipated sentencing of South African Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, for the murder of his girlfriend model,...

by - 27/10/2014

Limiting cyberspace in the name of law and religion?

Facebook has disclosed that it restricted as many as 4,960 items of content on the social networking site in India in...

by - 21/11/2014

For High Speed Rail: See China

Recent news that the British government will back the development of HS3, a project that will see a connection between England’s northern...

by - 20/11/2014

The Other 1984

Whilst children (and adults) around the world, dressed in elaborate costumes, commenced their frivolities on the 31st October, the Sikh community in...

by - 19/11/2014

Lost: Kashmir keeps searching for its disappeared

‘Where are our sons?’ is what Parveena Ahanger, chairperson of the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) has been asking...

by - 18/11/2014

Time to return the Parthenon Marbles back to Greece

Greece recently hired Amal Alamuddin Clooney as a legal advisor in their campaign to have the Parthenon Marbles returned to Athens....

by - 12/11/2014

Ukraine’s 2014 Extraordinary Parliamentary Elections: A desire to go West?

More than a week after Ukrainian citizens went to the polls for the extraordinary elections of the Verkhovna Rada, the Central...

by - 10/11/2014

Europe’s Disordered New Democracies

‘New democracies’ is an essentially contested concept but most definitions seem to take the late Samuel Huntington’s idea of forming part...

by - 08/11/2014

Million Mask March London in Pictures

4,000 people peacefully descended the streets of London in celebration of the Million Mask March and in protest to Neo-Liberal Capitalism. Here...

by - 06/11/2014

Victory for same-sex marriages

The move from decriminalising homosexuality to granting legal status to gay marriages may seem a simple and logical step. After all,...

by - 04/11/2014

How Long Will We Tolerate Zero-Tolerance Policing?

Videos emerged in July showing the murder of Eric Garner during his arrest for the sale of unlicensed cigarettes in Staten Island, New...

by - 30/10/2014

Ferguson Shooting: Bringing Us Back to the Sixties?

The shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri provoked civil unrest and outrage against those that were meant to uphold justice...

by - 28/10/2014

Narco Children – The ‘Disposable Ones’

Child soldiers are used in areas of conflict around the globe. They are frequently abducted, but often are handed over by...

by - 27/10/2014

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...

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