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The Lie of Sustainability

Just as when you repeat a word again and again and it loses all meaning, sustainability has come to...

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Richard III – Unearthed yet Unknown

The Wars of the Roses were a period of English history that  lasted between 1455 and 1487, and  have...

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Should we be backing fracking?

Not too long ago, renowned fashion designer Vivienne Westwood appeared on BBC Daily Politics speaking in opposition to Britain...

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Can baroque opera be modern?

September is not a month to miss if you are fond of classical music and turn up to visit Turin and...

by - 18/09/2014

The Real Face of Facebook: A Secret Counter-Revolution

Boasting over 1.2 billion monthly active users and topping rankings of social networks, we expect Facebook to be something massive; something...

by - 12/09/2014

Rising popularity of dance – Get involved!

With dance being a regular activity for around 10 percent of the UK population, and over 4.8 million people participating in...

by - 11/09/2014

Women’s Fashion: 3 Ways to Wear the White T-shirt, stylishly.

We all have this white t-shirt at the back of our closet, behind the scarves, the sweatpants, the decade old jackets...

by - 10/09/2014

Under Pressure! Has education stress become to much?

Thousands of young people are flooding back to school, college and university this September, but is the pressure of exam success...

by - 12/09/2014

Futility of the Tuition Fees

With record numbers of students being accepted to university this year, during the summer thousands will be turning to student finance...

by - 10/09/2014

Britain: The Monolingual Nation?

The fact that, in Britain today, 5.2 million adults have less proficiency in English than students who are undertaking their GCSEs...

by - 05/09/2014

GCSE reforms: success or failure?

Last month, thousands of students’ hands shook opening GCSE results envelopes. Within was not just their own future, quite enough to...

by - 03/09/2014

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

Glasgow’s Reborns – The Baby Supermarket

I turned at Del Boy’s Way and strolled down the narrow pathway looking at the shops on either side. Customers examined...

by - 08/07/2014

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

Beyond the Egyptian dynasty: the afterlife part 1

No other ancient dynasty conjures a more diverse and rich portrait of the afterlife. The greats, the peasants, the animals, the...

by - 11/09/2014

Al-Shabaab leader Ahmed Godane killed in U.S Drone Strike

Ahmed Abdi Godane, the leader of the Islamic extremist group Al-Shabaab has been killed during a series of drone strikes in...

by - 09/09/2014

Africa: Not all Poverty and Aids

Africa and Oxfam. Both are plagued by something; Africa is widely considered the world’s rusting drain pipe of poverty and only...

by - 28/08/2014

The ghost of Tiananmen lives on

Twenty-five years after the pro-democracy protests in China, which ended in a bloody crackdown in Beijing’s famous Tiananmen Square, it seems...

by - 19/09/2014

Islamophobia and Domestic Terrorism in China

Beginning with the Tiananmen Square incident on 28th October 2013, the Xinjiang Province in China has been witness to a number...

by - 12/09/2014

South Korea: A place without a face

Whenever I land in a foreign country I tend to anticipate what I am going to see and feel there –...

by - 09/09/2014

ISIS threaten women with FGM

A UN report published on 25 July claimed that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (better known as the...

by - 13/08/2014

Richard III – Unearthed yet Unknown

The Wars of the Roses were a period of English history that  lasted between 1455 and 1487, and  have been mostly reduced...

by - 23/09/2014

Should we be backing fracking?

Not too long ago, renowned fashion designer Vivienne Westwood appeared on BBC Daily Politics speaking in opposition to Britain following America’s...

by - 23/09/2014

Why Cameron can’t sleep at night

In 2011 former Blue Peter presenter and tea time favourite Matt Baker presented a shock question to interviewee Prime Minister David...

by - 22/09/2014

Scotland Decides: The Aftermath

September 18th 2014 proved to be one of the most important days in Scotland’s history. With a record breaking turnout of...

by - 22/09/2014

Positive Diaries: Human beings coming together to support each other in Ferguson

Ferguson has erupted into an all out clash between militarised police and protesters after police shot an unarmed child. Often such civil...

by - 21/08/2014

Obama: loose bear or lame duck?

You may have recently, come across a series of memes or Twitter hashtags featuring the words “so sue me”. These were...

by - 21/08/2014

Racially Charged Protests in Ferguson Missouri

The shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri has led to the use of tear gas and rubber bullets as part of...

by - 19/08/2014

Farewell, Robin Williams: a reminder of why we need to understand depression

It’s no surprise that the death of Robin Williams has affected so many who feel a tremendous devotion to him and...

by - 18/08/2014

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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FIFA’s hypocrisy on human rights

With eyes across the world turning to the World Cup, Brazil has been placed under the microscope of the worldwide media....

by - 11/07/2014

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