Post Tagged with: "News"

To Say Or Not To Say.

November 1, 2014 10:00 am0 comments
To Say Or Not To Say.

What we can and cannot say. It changes all the time doesn’t it? You move from one end of the social scale and you can’t say this, but then you’re on the other end and you can’t say that either. The variety of workplaces means there is a further blur […]

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Norwich FC need to sort out Away form

April 13, 2014 9:30 am0 comments
Norwich FC need to sort out Away form

After a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Swansea FC on last Saturday, Norwich’s ability to play the away games seems to be well out the window – and then some. The defeat to Swansea marks the Canaries’ sixth consecutive defeat Away, once more calling into question Chris Hughton’s position as manager. […]

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The Coalition Loan Sharks: Privatisation of Student Loans Now Certain

March 3, 2014 10:30 am0 comments
The Coalition Loan Sharks: Privatisation of Student Loans Now Certain

Recent government legislation has confirmed another coalition-enforced blow to higher education. Currently, any student who has purchased a loan post-1990 faces further monetary concerns and debts after they leave university. As we all know too well, an atypical UK or EU undergraduate who commenced their studies in 2012 will end […]

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EU’s commitment to independent space research should not exclude cooperation

February 26, 2014 10:00 am0 comments
EU’s commitment to independent space research should not exclude cooperation

Asteroid impact prevention and space debris problem will be the main areas of space research in 2014. The efforts undertaken by the international community to address these issues are currently not integrated into the joint activity, which significantly reduces the efficiency of the work. According to available information, only two […]

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Israel, Palestine and Ethnicity

February 25, 2014 1:35 pm0 comments
Israel, Palestine and Ethnicity

Note; Haaretz has premium status for some articles, meaning that, after some time, material may not be available to viewers unless they pay a subscription fee. This is why I may paraphrase a lot so as to respect their material.  The Israeli national newspaper, Haaretz, has published an article reporting on changes […]

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A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

February 24, 2014 3:30 pm0 comments
A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

We have come to the end of January. For most of us, January connotes a month of healthy eating and exercise; of dealing with the dreaded post-turkey coma; and one in which we resolve to make ourselves better. This month, political parties have begun their journey to elections, altering their […]

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When is Too Far Really… Too Far?

November 23, 2013 10:35 am2 comments
When is Too Far Really… Too Far?

We have all heard of political protests. Recently these events have been happening more and more through out our country and the world. But why? Is it simply that the powers that be have started treating civilians differently? Creating poverty as the rich grow richer? Or have we, the people, […]

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Nelson Mandela: Still Fighting in Hospital

July 14, 2013 9:10 pm0 comments
Nelson Mandela: Still Fighting in Hospital

Here in South Africa we are possibly on the brink of losing our nation’s father. Nelson Mandela was admitted into the MediClinic Heart Hospital in Pretoria on the 8th of June, following recurrent lung infection. Still admitted, Mandela’s condition does not seem to be improving. It is difficult for supporters- […]

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