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The 1979 Rule

July 13, 2015 3:13 pm3 comments
The 1979 Rule

I am a 50 year old married man and grandfather to 4 lovely children. I watch and observe when i play with them, and sometimes with a tinge of jealousy. Childhood is one of the most precious things we have. To have it taken from you whilst still developing is […]

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Hate Crime Attack

June 11, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Hate Crime Attack

On May twenty Ninth 2015, a thirteen year old girl was brutally attacked by a group of teenagers outside Angouleme Retail Park for ‘looking like a Goth’ The attack took place at approximately five thirty in the afternoon and sources imply that the young teen was brutally ‘punched in the […]

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Under the Dome

September 4, 2014 8:15 pm0 comments
Under the Dome

Under the Dome is a TV Sci-Fi Drama, which can be watched on a Monday night at 10pm on Channel 5. Each episode brings new situations and challenges to be dealt with. Under the dome is based in a small town called Chester’s Mill. Its residents have suddenly become trapped […]

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When is journalism a crime?

July 6, 2014 6:00 pm0 comments
When is journalism a crime?

The verdict to sentence three Al Jazeera journalists to at least seven years in prison has sparked outrage around the world. The Egyptian court found Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed guilty of reporting false news and associating with the now blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. ‘‘Journalism is not a crime,’’ Juris […]

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TV Review: True Detective

March 7, 2014 1:00 pm0 comments
TV Review: True Detective

True Detective is without doubt the hottest series on TV right now, and it will certainly make for some interesting water-cooler conversations for at least a couple more weeks. The story initially seems formulaic. Two cops -troubled Rust Cohle, played by Matthew McConaughey and typical cop Marty Hart, played by […]

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The Super-Bowl of Sex Trafficking?

March 4, 2014 9:35 am0 comments
The Super-Bowl of Sex Trafficking?

Yesterday, thousands of visitors flooded to the MetLife stadium in New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII. Most people went there to show their support and to cheer on their favourite team. However, tragically there were also thousands of people fleeting there for something entirely different. What people are naive about, […]

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Hunting the Knox

February 24, 2014 9:41 am3 comments
Hunting the Knox

She is stunning, she is icy, she is too confident. She’s a devil. Actually, she is not. She is pure, she is genuine, she has been manipulated. As she admitted herself, she didn’t know us Italians could be so judgemental. She’s a winged angel. Seven years have gone since Meredith […]

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On the Rise of Sexual Crimes Against Women

January 22, 2014 12:00 pm2 comments
On the Rise of Sexual Crimes Against Women

Society has normalised an image of women that cannot be without repercussion. When Martin Luther King said that his dream was to see a society where content of people’s character would be the yardstick to measure them, not the colour of their skin; he knew prejudices, discrimination, violence and other […]

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