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Sainsbury’s Christmas Advert: Far From Disrespectful

November 14, 2014 1:46 pm0 comments
Sainsbury’s Christmas Advert: Far From Disrespectful

As the company probably predicted, there has been a lot of talk about this year’s Sainsbury’s Christmas advert, made in partnership with the Royal British Legion, and it has certainly divided opinion. Although many people appreciate the beauty and message portrayed in the short film, there are others who have […]

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AirBnB’s Emotional Berlin Wall Anniversary Story

November 12, 2014 12:21 pm0 comments
AirBnB’s Emotional Berlin Wall Anniversary Story

AirBnB has emotionally marked the fall of the Berlin Wall’s 25th anniversary by creating a touching story of two guards from either side of the wall being reunited years later through the AirBnB’s rent-your-home service. The 18th October 1989 was arguably the most significant event for Germany since the end of […]

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Britain’s Football Casuals: The Brutal Story behind the Street Brawling, Violence, Gangs of Thugs, Mugs, Losers & Lunatics

November 4, 2014 9:00 am0 comments
Football hooligans is one of the largest and most time consuming problems the police have to face.

Football, is a way of life in Britain. It’s sewn into the British tapestry of life. Saturday afternoon Football is as British as the Royal Family or Steak and Kidney pie. Put simply Football is a passion, a freedom, a family. In some quarters the hard-core fanatic is misunderstood, it […]

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Pining for a dictatorship – Germany 2014

October 31, 2014 9:12 am0 comments
Pining for a dictatorship – Germany 2014

The 2008 financial crash affected markets across the globe; Europe suffered as much as any and continues to do so with nations such as Greece and Spain crippled by high-unemployment, low investment and internal strife. However, one country seems to stand above the bickering and guide the continent through troubled […]

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A Palestinian Failure

October 27, 2014 11:52 am0 comments
A Palestinian Failure

Shortly after the war in Gaza, trouble started elsewhere – this time in Jerusalem inside the Occupied Palestinian Territory of the West Bank. Although it is hard to pinpoint the exact start of the problems, Palestinians have been protesting the fact that Israeli Jewish settlers have been allowed access to […]

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ISIS: The Inevitable Failure of a Caliphate

October 24, 2014 1:48 pm0 comments
ISIS: The Inevitable Failure of a Caliphate

There is a stringent list of reasons why ISIS could not be considered a valid authority in the Middle East, most prominently their thirst for blood and intolerance, but also because the caliphate system they profess to have established became outmoded before the 8th century. Since the Ottoman period most Muslims […]

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Does Israel have a policy of genocide?

October 19, 2014 4:31 pm0 comments
Does Israel have a policy of genocide?

On the 23rd of September, 2014, president of the Palestinian authority, Mahmoud Abbas, gave a speech at the UNGA (United Nations General Assembly). The speech caused an uproar mainly within Israeli politics, but also with Israel’s allies like the United States, because it accused Israel of “genocide”. The accusation of genocide […]

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Back To The Future – NASA: Orion On Target

October 11, 2014 10:56 am0 comments
Back To The Future – NASA: Orion On Target

After a number of false dawns in the intervening period, mankind is set to make a huge step toward sending humans away from Earth for the first time since 1972 in December as NASA prepares for the first test flight of their new Orion spacecraft. The agency’s new baby will […]

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