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Brooklands: Racing into a new generation

When we look back on motor-racing’s long and tumultuous past, it is often that we have stories of pioneers...

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Moscow – a city of contrasts

Moscow is a city where the traditional and the modern are organically intertwined. You are as likely to meet...

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Cuts to Mental Health Services put lives at risk

For years, child and adolescent mental health services in Britain have been largely forgotten victims in the crusade to...

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Moscow – a city of contrasts

Moscow is a city where the traditional and the modern are organically intertwined. You are as likely to meet an oligarch...

by - 23/01/2015

Tajikistan: Uncovering an Unknown Country

When I first told people I would be spending three months of my summer volunteering in Tajikistan I got one of...

by - 15/01/2015

The Interview – ‘A Sad Day for Creative Expression’

Sony has cancelled the Christmas release of its film The Interview following threats from hacker group ‘Guardians of Peace’. Back in...

by - 24/12/2014

Russia’s socialist calendar banned Christmas!

In Soviet Russia, there were a lot of strange (socialist and secular) days to celebrate that were created by the communist...

by - 22/12/2014

Latest News Updates with Aaron Roach Bridgeman

Shout Out UK: Latest News Updates with Aaron Roach Bridgeman, including Claudia Medina Tamariz, the Feminism in London Conference 2014, wasting...

by - 12/12/2014

Nativity plays in the UK now include – Elvis Presley and spacemen?

Nativity plays; Christmas carols being sung, children dressed as Mary, Joseph, the three wise men and Elvis Presley? This is the...

by - 11/12/2014

Warwick University Students Attacked by Police during Protest

At Warwick University, on Wednesday 3rd December during a tuition fee protest at the Senate House in the reception, students were...

by - 08/12/2014

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

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

Boko Haram: Massacre Marks Turning Point in Deadly Conflict

Earlier this week, the radical Islamist group Boko Haram has pulled off one of the most deadly attacks in its ongoing...

by - 13/01/2015

South Sudan: Power-Sharing Struggle Could Spark Renewed Violence

Rounds of peace talks led by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development in East Africa have hit a stonewall, threatening a resolution...

by - 08/01/2015

The Tunisian Presidential Election: The Beginning or End of Democracy?

The election of Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi as the new President of Tunisia in a runoff election against incumbent President Moncef...

by - 01/01/2015

Poverty Porn: have you had your daily dose?

Whether it’s Channel 4’s Benefit Street or the Water Aid appeals featuring a malnourished toddler slapped on the front of the...

by - 24/12/2014

Tajikistan: Uncovering an Unknown Country

When I first told people I would be spending three months of my summer volunteering in Tajikistan I got one of...

by - 15/01/2015

Hong Kong Occupy Protests: cleared but not silenced

When the police fired tear gas to disperse protesters, the Occupy Central Movement, also known as the Umbrella Revolution, snowballed into...

by - 23/12/2014

Kashmir’s illegal shooters

Two teenage Kashmiri boys are dead, and two others are in hospital with critical injuries. Soldiers at a checkpoint fired at...

by - 16/12/2014

Who was ressponsible for the demise of traditional Chinese medicine?

When talking about the ‘medical missionary movement’, this article will focus on the Westernisation movement which had a significant impact on...

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Moscow – a city of contrasts

Moscow is a city where the traditional and the modern are organically intertwined. You are as likely to meet an oligarch...

by - 23/01/2015

Mixed passions running high in Germany

‘Tell me, what do you expect/ From what we are striving for in Germany?’ – Goethe, Faust, 1. On the 20th...

by - 20/01/2015

What’s all the debate about?

With David Cameron reportedly ‘ducking’ the leaders’ debates, to be broadcast on various British TV channels in the lead up to...

by - 19/01/2015

Pegida: The rise of a new anti-Islam German movement

After the attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the three days of terror in Paris there are many political...

by - 19/01/2015

The Torture Report – Never Again

On the 12th of September, 2001 President Bush addressed the American people. The preceding hours had bared witnessed to a terrible...

by - 31/12/2014

The American Disaster

For the past two years, the American government has been criticised following the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, a black male...

by - 29/12/2014

The Interview – ‘A Sad Day for Creative Expression’

Sony has cancelled the Christmas release of its film The Interview following threats from hacker group ‘Guardians of Peace’. Back in...

by - 24/12/2014

J’accuse: Ferguson, State Violence, and Inequality in America

In January of 1898, French writer Émile Zola penned an open letter to the French government, entitled J’accuse (I accuse). The...

by - 17/12/2014

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

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