Ketamine’s sister may be more Prescription than Party drug

On the 17th of June 2014, The American Society of Anaesthesiologists released a statement in which a team lead...

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Youth Bashing in the UK

Young people in the UK have suffered at the hands of all of the main political parties for years....

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Gove Out: More Strikes Imminent?

Championed as a victory for the public sector, Gove’s demotion to Chief Whip was greeted with cheers from the...

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‘How My Parents Met’ by John Guzlowski

How My Parents Met: A Survivors’ Story by John Guzlowski   My parents didn’t much talk about their relationship or their...

by - 20/07/2014

Poems from Joan McNerney’s ‘At Work’ series

At work…a series of snapshots The Waitress Sally thought everything wasup to luck and she had zero.Her chances got sweptaway with yesterday’s trash. Every...

by - 20/07/2014

‘Jess’ by Emily Maybanks

  Jess Jess stepped out of the Job Centre into the bright sunshine. Despite the warmth, she felt miserable. It’d been...

by - 20/07/2014

Three Poems for Joan McNerney’s ‘At Work’ Series

At work…a series of snapshots The Waitress Sally thought everything wasup to luck and she had zero.Her chances got sweptaway with yesterday’s trash. Every...

by - 20/07/2014

Cabinet reshuffle poli-ticks the box for young people

vInspired snapshot poll indicates number of young people intending to vote has doubled following Cabinet reshuffle  Following the Cabinet reshuffle, a...

by - 23/07/2014

UK University Fees: Do The Students Still Care?

I remember when the student protests first took place in London; I had just begun my first year of sixth form...

by - 22/07/2014

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Look Back at the creation of Israel from Palestine

Restricted movement, high unemployment and widespread poverty are just a few examples of the sufferings experienced by families currently living in...

by - 21/07/2014

High tuition fees are destroying the future of this society

From the academic year 2012-2013, the government made major cuts in the budget available for higher education, causing the tuition fees...

by - 21/07/2014

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

Interview with Helen Reece: Is Rape Different?

The question whether rape is different may seem to some a question with a rather obvious answer. Yes, it is. It...

by - 16/06/2014

Sir Bob Russell on youth, politics and the EU

On the 27th of May I visited Sir Bob Russell’s offices in Colchester in order to gauge my local MP’s opinion...

by - 12/06/2014

Silent Killers: The Role Of Women In Gang Culture (Part TWO)

In the last instalment of this article I explored some of the primary motivations for women getting involved in gang culture....

by - 14/07/2014

Silent Killers: The Role Of Women In Gang Culture (Part ONE)

Often a forgotten element of the notorious and historic gang culture in South Africa, the role of women amongst these groups...

by - 08/07/2014

The futility of hashtags

#BringBackOurGirls has been gracing our social media in the last few days. Everyone from the First Lady Michelle Obama to popular...

by - 04/07/2014

Education: the greatest war to fight for

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The words of a man who came...

by - 04/07/2014

Japan’s Energy Mix

Approximately 70 percent of global carbon emissions come from the world’s energy sector, and globally, energy use is predicted to increase...

by - 23/07/2014

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Look Back at the creation of Israel from Palestine

Restricted movement, high unemployment and widespread poverty are just a few examples of the sufferings experienced by families currently living in...

by - 21/07/2014

VIKRAMADITYA SANGWAN (SHOUT OUT UK’S INDIA CORRESSPONDENT) AWARDED FOR BENEFITING THE POVERTY STRICKEN

A young Indian student, Vikramaditya Sangwan, has received an award from the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the presence of a...

by - 11/07/2014

Russia’s Great Patriotic War Through the Eyes of an American

Perhaps, given the passage of time and the current focus on the uncertain state of world affairs today, this letter will...

by - 10/07/2014

Youth Bashing in the UK

Young people in the UK have suffered at the hands of all of the main political parties for years. The introduction...

by - 25/07/2014

Gove Out: More Strikes Imminent?

Championed as a victory for the public sector, Gove’s demotion to Chief Whip was greeted with cheers from the left, but...

by - 25/07/2014

Anne Boleyn – The Supreme Woman

Anne Boleyn, a temptress; a seductress; a woman destined to hold power over men; hungry for attention. Anne Boleyn, a mother,...

by - 25/07/2014

The Tories’ New Friends In Europe

While David Cameron has been engaged in fighting his very public battle over the controversial Mr Junker for head of the...

by - 24/07/2014

Combat Drones: Using Them Responsibly

A Memo On Combat Drones By Dmitry Tamoikin CEO of Earth Sphere Development There has been much discussion about combat drones,...

by - 24/07/2014

Russia’s Great Patriotic War Through the Eyes of an American

Perhaps, given the passage of time and the current focus on the uncertain state of world affairs today, this letter will...

by - 10/07/2014

The Limits of Personal Responsibility

On May 30th 2014, Eric Shinseki resigned as secretary of American Veteran Affairs (a government department that provides benefits and healthcare...

by - 10/07/2014

Solar Roadways – the future of roads?

Could a road made entirely of glass support the weight of a lorry? Yes, if the couple behind the Solar Roadways...

by - 07/07/2014

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 -

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

Ya-who? Yasuní national park fighting for its life

Deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon lies one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. In one hectare of the Yasuní...

by - 24/06/2014

Brazil shouldn’t host the games if they can’t host their own!

It’s that time of year again. When national flags are on doors, windows and walls to show support to the players...

by - 23/06/2014