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Cannibalism in North Korea: Beyond The Headlines

There have been reports, for decades now, of stories of cannibalism in North Korea as a result of the...

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Why Trump is right to take Jerusalem off the ‘peace’ table

Last Tuesday Trump took the somewhat bold, courageous and spontaneous decision to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv,...

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Trump’s shelved State Visit Timeline

Theresa May was the first foreign leader to visit the 45th President at the White House in January 2017,...

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Interview with Refugee: ‘I am scared my mum will die without seeing her again’

Over the summer, I spent some time with a charity working with refugees in Calais and other European cities such as...

by - 10/11/2017

Even with a 70 per cent youth turnout we STILL need online voting

Now that the dust has settled after this year’s momentous general election, the discussion is moving on to the bigger picture....

by - 19/06/2017

Find your voice! Mete Coban, CEO of My Life My Say talks young people

Growing up as a young person in Britain is not easy. We are often referred to as the apathetic generation and...

by - 31/05/2017

Editor’s pick: ‘People are in tears because they have no food’ – interview with Angela Eagle, MP

Angela Eagle is a Labour MP who does not shy away from speaking her mind. We discuss Brexit, Boris, and of...

by - 31/03/2017

The rise and fall of Glynis Breakwell: Punished for being too successful?

When I got into the University of Bath, I was extremely excited, as I had just been accepted into one of...

by - 06/12/2017

Old Souls of Modern Thought: Why grades don’t make the man

I think that in life, perhaps, we — the youth of modernity — each need to take a step back and...

by - 24/11/2017

Lord David Blunkett Talks Political Literacy & House of Lords Reform

Matteo Bergamini from Shout Out UK sits down with Lord David Blunkett, former Home Secretary and Education & Employment Secretary under...

by - 23/11/2017

How To Understand The Budget

Today the Chancellor of the Exchequer will present the Budget, which contains a range of tax and spending measures for the...

by - 22/11/2017

Age of Ignorance: Spoiled and uninformed, young people expect to be spoon-fed

For hitherto apolitical youths, PM Theresa May’s decision to hold a snap general election catalysed their responsibility to get informed. Three...

by - 07/07/2017

General Election Result Shows A Hung Parliament!

After seven fast-paced and incredibly tense weeks of campaigning, the British general public went to the polls last night and cast...

by - 09/06/2017

16 & 17 with no vote? Shout Louder and create change!

In a powerful and compelling speech, 16-year-old Jamie Flatters asks a potent question: What do us 16-year-olds have in common with Martin...

by - 08/06/2017

Yesterday I went to Bite The Ballot’s DeCafe For The Undecided

So today is the day the UK goes to the polls, people from all walks of life will be going to...

by - 08/06/2017

Enabled Not Disabled: A Groundbreaking Mission To Revolutionise Disability

Interview with international T36 long jumper and creator of Enabled Not Disabled, Ryan Raghoo. Ryan describes his  journey from being diagnosed...

by - 03/07/2017

Gambia riven by revenge

Early hopes that Gambia can prove a bright spot in 2016 by moving to a democracy seem to be hanging in...

by - 13/12/2016

Yellow fever epidemic on course for Asia?

Another potentially deadly epidemic ravages lives in Africa, causing fears that it has all the signs of spreading to Asia  ...

by - 28/06/2016 -

Rivers State Injustice

Unless the Nigerian Government starts making immediate changes towards remedying the social divide between rich and poor Nigerians, bad things will...

by - 15/01/2016

Cannibalism in North Korea: Beyond The Headlines

There have been reports, for decades now, of stories of cannibalism in North Korea as a result of the country’s poverty....

by - 14/12/2017

Xi peacefully steers China towards global domination

Much of the coverage surrounding the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CCP) has centred on President Xi...

by - 01/11/2017

Why the ‘Chinese Way’ will never be the Western way

Since the 1980s China has opened its doors to the rest of the World. Even if not completely. Thirty years later,...

by - 27/10/2017

China is the one to stop North Korea’s deadly regime

It came as no surprise to hear that the rogue, pariah state of North Korea is carrying out long-range ballistic missile...

by - 19/07/2017

Is a United European Army set to become the new global defence league?

Since Brexit and Trump becoming president there has been much talk in Europe about the future of its defence. The UK...

by - 27/11/2017

Nationalism is back but what does this mean for Europe and unity?

On the 23rd of June 2016 Britain held a referendum on its permanence in the European Union. The result showed that...

by - 23/11/2017

Fear of ‘domino effect’? EU’s pathetic apathy towards Catalonia

Brussels’ curious lack of intervention in Catalonia, and what has been perceived by many Catalans as apathy, can likely be attributed...

by - 21/11/2017

300% increase in slavery referrals says report on UK Modern Slavery

A new report has found that police forces in the UK are failing to tackle modern slavery. What’s more, over the...

by - 16/11/2017

Trump’s shelved State Visit Timeline

Theresa May was the first foreign leader to visit the 45th President at the White House in January 2017, and just...

by - 13/12/2017

BIOGRAPHY: The Master of Modern Horror – Stephen King

In considering the most seminal of authors, Chloë Moloney pays tribute to the master of horror: Stephen King.   Stephen King...

by - 12/12/2017

May needs to kiss and make up if she is to count on US’ support

Theresa May has another issue on her hands. An irritation at the other side of the Atlantic. Her freedom to respond...

by - 07/12/2017

BIOGRAPHY: The Crystalline Sound – Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac

Following on from the biographies of ’60s and ’70s musical legends, Chloë Moloney gives us an insight into the musical powerhouse...

by - 28/11/2017

Why the UK should follow Colombia in reducing gang violence

In Colombia a revolutionary new idea is being used to tackle gang culture: hip hop music …   Young people gather...

by - 16/11/2017

Lost Amazon Tribesmen Slaughtered: Beyond the Headlines

In September 2017, it was reported in the UK press that 10 members of a ‘lost’ Amazon tribe had been slaughtered...

by - 05/10/2017

Colombia: Raising their voice against the shrill of drills

In Colombia, oil companies find fertile grounds but difficult to overrule communities.    As many as 98 per cent of residents...

by - 01/06/2017

119 communities were destroyed to make way for Rio’s Olympics

Blood, sweat and tears — and no, I’m not talking about the athletes …   The Olympics in Brazil has only...

by - 19/08/2016