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DiCaprio’s documentary will change your mind about planet Earth

It may be unsurprising that Leonardo DiCaprio produced a documentary about climate change, but I bet many of you...

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May’s Grand Tory Party Plan: Erase and reconquer

An election to assert Mrs May’s own Tory identity, is what this is all about. Perhaps, it was back...

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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...

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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

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

Do women earn less than men?

In our new #PoliticsExplained graphic animation, we tackle the gender pay gap. Do women earn less than men? …Watch and find...

by - 06/03/2017

Some Advice For Doing A Half-Decent Job On Your End-Of-Year Dissertation

We’re approaching that time of year in the academic calendar when we think about nothing else, other than our dissertation. If...

by - 04/03/2017

1 in 3 of the World’s malnourished children are in India

The above statistic is what the Akshaya Patra charity was founded upon in order to eradicate hunger in India by the...

by - 03/02/2017

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

Online voting is the only way to stop politicians being elected on less than 50% turnout

After watching BBC’s ‘Meet the Lords’ series, it struck me, how stale the epicentre of British politics has become; that being...

by - 24/04/2017

Breaking News: Theresa May Calls Snap General Election for 8th June

After the triggering of Article 50 under a month ago it was expected that this would be the last political earthquake...

by - 18/04/2017

So You Think You Know The EU?

There isn’t a week that goes by without hearing the term Brexit. Since the referendum in 2016, the media have portrayed...

by - 28/02/2017

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 -

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

Breaking News: Terror Attack in Paris

In the build up to the first round of the French Presidential Election this Saturday a tragic event has occurred tonight...

by - 20/04/2017

Top UK Barrister Talks Brexit & Young People

Matteo from Shout Out UK sits down with British barrister Sir Geoffrey Nice QC to discuss Brexit and it’s implications for...

by - 31/03/2017

Article 50 has been triggered. Now what?

Today, at 12:30 p.m, Prime Minister Theresa May will officially trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which will begin the...

by - 29/03/2017

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

Four Nifty Hacking Secrets of the CIA

The Center of Cyber Intelligence (CCI), is the hacking division of the CIA. The CCI has over a thousand hacking systems...

by - 23/03/2017

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