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Shout Out UK ‘Political’ Film Based In Herne Bay Heads to Cannes

The creative team behind One in a Million, a London Film School & Shout Out UK co-production, is heading...

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A 13-year-old tells us why politics interests him and should interest you too

Politics interests me because it affects almost every part of our lives. I think that it is crucial to...

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New London Play Depicts True Horror Of Victorian-style Foodbank Britain

The UK is the world’s sixth largest economy. Yet now, with almost a decade of Tory austerity behind us,...

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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

Autism & Me: One Student’s Perspective

For university students, life can be stressful enough at the best of times, let alone when coping with the challenges that...

by - 29/03/2017

Peter Tatchell: Something Is Deeply Rotten With Our Political System

Patrick Ireland from Shout Out UK sits down with Australian-born, human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell to discuss Jeremy Corbyn, ‘identity politics’, austerity...

by - 20/02/2017

Interview Exclusive: Head of UKIP Youth Talks Candidly

‘I typically see these young people as being radical and wanting radical change. Only we [UKIP] can give them that’.  ...

by - 15/12/2016

Beyond The Textbook: How To Give Children The Full Education They Deserve

Education is one of the most important aspects of any child’s upbringing. As an educator, your job is to ensure that...

by - 22/05/2017

Shout Out UK Launch Mock Election Workshops across the UK

Shout Out UK launch mock election workshops for high schools across the UK after successful launch of their first Political Literacy...

by - 18/05/2017

Political Literacy! Young people’s ticket to freedom

If you care about tuition fees, human rights or the environment, then you care about politics — you just don’t realise...

by - 15/05/2017

Profit Or Passion: The Dilemna Of Choosing A Degree

The conflict between baby boomers and millennials is not likely to come to a peaceful resolution soon. Irrespective of the accusations...

by - 10/05/2017

The significance of both parties’ manifestos for a modern Britain

A couple weeks into the election campaign and I believe it is a lot closer. YouGov voting figures on May 17...

by - 22/05/2017

5 Compelling Reasons Why Young People Should Vote For Corbyn’s Labour

Right, so we’ve got five weeks to go before electing either Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister. And although...

by - 12/05/2017

No Excuses! All you need to know to vote on June 8

With the general elections set for June 8, it is crucial to understand which electoral system is in use in the...

by - 09/05/2017

MACRON WINS ROUND ONE: Does Le Pen stand a chance?

Emmanuel Macron, the centrist outsider who formed his own party En Marche! only a year ago, has won Round 1 of the...

by - 26/04/2017

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

Are upper-class Nigerians really happy that change is here?

The longed-for change has finally arrived in Nigeria but that means adjusting to a life where rules cannot be bypassed with...

by - 29/12/2015

‘Comfort Woman’ Statue: War victims denied justice

The Comfort Woman statue seems to glisten with tears when justice is denied by the Japanese Government and its long-time accomplice,...

by - 26/01/2017

Punish or Perish: North Korea’s looming nuclear threat

If the possibility of a nuclear war sounds like a good plot for a blockbuster film, then North Korea could soon...

by - 27/12/2016

Arvind Kejriwal – India’s Artful Dodger

As India suffers another bruise at the hands of irreverent officials, how much longer before the people’s naive tolerance sees the...

by - 13/09/2016

South China Sea: A Sino-Philippine Conflict turned Multinational Rivalry

As China refuses to acknowledge official court ruling asking that it relinquish its claim over the South China Sea, some view...

by - 03/08/2016 -

Shout Out UK ‘Political’ Film Based In Herne Bay Heads to Cannes

The creative team behind One in a Million, a London Film School & Shout Out UK co-production, is heading to Cannes...

by - 24/05/2017

She’ll be back: Macron’s battle has just begun

Do not be fooled, nearly one-third of all French voters opted for everything that their new president is not.   Beating...

by - 16/05/2017

French presidential election: the emergence of a clownocracy

On March 19, 2017, a video was shared on the official Facebook page of François Fillon — the right-wing presidential candidate....

by - 02/05/2017

MACRON WINS ROUND ONE: Does Le Pen stand a chance?

Emmanuel Macron, the centrist outsider who formed his own party En Marche! only a year ago, has won Round 1 of the...

by - 26/04/2017

Doing it HIS way: Trump’s pub politics does America no favours

Defending Russia and an unflinching outspokenness. Donald Trump’s frankness has the world divided and wondering whether America gained a saviour or...

by - 08/05/2017

Michael Bublé: Defying the odds and keeping jazz alive

Michael Bublé reveals his tough beginning in the music industry: The story of a young aspiring jazz crooner who went ‘bank...

by - 13/04/2017

Under The Gun: America’s loaded liberty

Last night I watched a film that began with the words, ‘By the end of this film, twenty-two people will have been...

by - 12/04/2017

The Young Pope: Jude Law’s titanic comeback to the small screen

‘Who are you Lenny?’ ‘I am a contradiction. I’m God: one in three and three in one. Like Mary, virgin and...

by - 10/04/2017

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

Rio’s favelas: Caught in Drugs, Violence and Injustice

How far would you go for a better life? Murder, drug dealing and a life expectancy of 21, that’s how far...

by - 11/07/2016 -

Double crime in Ecuador: The controversial case of two backpackers

Two friends raped and murdered and still the public criticises the parents instead of the perpetrators   Montañita is a very well...

by - 21/03/2016

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