I wrote an article shortly after America learnt of their new President, Trump. It was a fairly bitter article and I made some predictions of what’s next to come in 2016 and the mistakes and people we’ve lost during this year from Alan Rickman to Prince to the narrow draw of Brexit and the ludicrous American Presidency. So I promised myself I would write a … Continue reading Some of the Best Things that Happened in 2016
I’ve written many debates on the EU referendum, the pros and cons of trade agreements, what EU has done for us etc but one thing that’s really struck me in the past couple of months is the clear divide between the younger and older generation. Whilst I got on the 5a bus yesterday I was greeted by 10 international students at the back of the … Continue reading There’s more to the Brexit than numbers.
On the 15th April 1989, 96 innocent people had their lives cut short in what was Britain’s worst ever sporting disaster. After a long, emotional campaign of 27 years, their deaths have finally received the justice they should have deserved on the day. Growing up in Liverpool, Hillsborough was on the memory of many people, and although it was after my time, I was brought … Continue reading 27 Years and Finally 96 Counts of Justice
I was born in 1995, 21 years ago. I’ve seen a lot of things technology wise- I remember as a child having the BBC channels and that was it, the fuzzy grey dots taking over your television screen to be met with a message “we are experiencing technical difficulties right now, sorry for the delay” on a daily basis. The effort of rewinding your video … Continue reading Nostalgia or a protest that technology is moving too fast?
International women’s day was celebrated this week, so what better way to have a look at some of the most influential women who changed the world? Please note: These are just a few, there are plenty more others! Continue reading World Changing Women