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A defence of England football fans

Apr
06

The England football team have come under major scrutiny recently – as they always do although over recent years it has been the fans who are making the headlines. Indeed, 90 were arrested during the game against Holland last week. So, my blog post – a reasoned explanation as to why the English fans have got such a tough time.

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Balancing PCOS, being veggie, and bouts of student laziness.

Apr
06
Balancing my PCOS, being veggie, and bouts of student laziness. As a self-professed lover of all things food being just one of the aforementioned things can complicate meal times enough but recently I've been learning to juggle all three. 
 
Posted By Charlotte Beauchamp read more

Can anyone save London?

Apr
06

Six people have been killed in London over the last seven days. Since the start of the new year there has been an unfortuneate rise in the number of deaths in London as a result to knife crime.

The met police have put out statments reassuring the public that they have everything under control, but for most people in the capital that doesn’t seem to be enough.

Some people are saying it’s the parents that need to take control of their children, because most of the standings are amongst young people aged 15 - 21 years old.

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Adults are really just children with responsibilities

Apr
06

              The one most important lesson I have learned since becoming an adult is that we are all just children with responsibilities.
              Not in the sense that we run around playing in an imaginative world and take the time out of our day to color and have nap time, but in a way that suggests we only want to have fun too.
              I love being busy and having responsibilities that keep me in check, but I also love to have a good time and forget all about said responsibility.

Posted By Madilyn Lantz read more

My journey to learning English

Apr
06
March 2018 marked the 11th year that I moved to England as well as my 21st birthday which means I have now lived in England for more than half of my life. Moving to England in March of 2007 clearly marked the next chapter in my life.
 
Posted By Shabir Noorzai read more

On abortion, feminism and sisterhood

Apr
06

At this point I accepted the fact that choosing what to write my blog post about is going to be a recurring struggle for me. This one isn’t going to be in any way unique or extremely original, but at least I’ll get to express my thoughts and maybe it’ll be more relevant considering the upcoming referendum in Ireland.

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GQ ruined my blog post /Four things I disliked about Jessica Jones Season 2

Apr
06

I love binge watching TV series. Last year I binge watched all seven seasons of Game of Thrones in one week.

Posted By Busayo Alafe-Aluko read more

Refugees still stuck in Libya

Apr
06

International attempts to secure the release of refugees from Libyan detention centres to Niger have come to a halt according to the UN refugee agency (UNHCR).

A senior official from the UN agency told Members of European Parliament on 5th March that if more refugees and asylum seekers were not dispatched onwards from Niger to EU states, then the country may stop taking in people from Libya.

Since the beginning of this year, over 4,000 refugees have arrived in Italy according to official Italian Ministry of Interior figures.

Posted By Busayo Alafe-Aluko read more

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