Tag Archives: government

Roam freely

This month, June 2017, mobile network service providers aim to remove roaming charges throughout the Europe Union. This seems to mean telephone calls,    ... more

A national achievement

The industrial revolution may have been a prosperous period for Great Britain, a time, which saw the country undergo significant changes.    ... more

A “whole economy” approach

Following its largest consultation of members since the EU referendum, the Confederation of British Industry (CSI) released a statement emphasising the importance    ... more

250.000 lights for justice

For eight consecutive days, Romanians have taken to the streets in response to the newly appointed Government’s plan to relax the    ... more

Responding as a nation

Britain plans to welcome 3,000 children from refugee resettlements, the international development committee shared, in a report which calls more to    ... more

New blood

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has announced the first trial to give synthetic blood to human volunteers. Scientists are aiming    ... more

A CRISPR understanding

Last week, Nature Biotechnology published a report voicing thoughts from leading researchers, ethicists and business leaders from across the world on    ... more

UK data plan to be outlined

A law which may require firms to provide details about the identity of computer and mobile phone users at any time    ... more

Top universities to balance equality

A governmental report has called for top universities, many as part of the Russell Group, to save at least 3700 of    ... more

A chance to seek alternatives

Earlier this year, the government made a great leap in recognition of mental healthcare. A promise was to prioritise the correct    ... more

Parliamentary debate revitalises feminism

When looking back at British history and the achievements of feminism and gender equality, some may say a focus on gender    ... more

New leaps for mental health support

Society has become much more informed about mental health challenges in recent years. This has been aided by celebrities drawing awareness    ... more

Revolution for marriage equality

In recent global reports, some controversial events concerning marriage laws, beliefs and rituals are gaining valuable attention. These stories tend to    ... more

Celebrity speakers bring austerity protest into the limelight

On the afternoon of Saturday 21st June celebrity comedian Russell Brand joined approximately 50,000 people, of all ages, cultures and backgrounds    ... more

Global forces unite for justice

Last month the story of 27-year-old Sudanese, Meriam Ibrahim sparked international recognition. She was incarcerated for adultery and apostasy (the abandonment    ... more

Politics of humanity

The UK may soon participate in UNHCR’s global resettlement program and provide homes for thousands of Syrian refugees. David Cameron announced    ... more

A plan of action

The UK government has announced funding into dementia research may be doubled over the next 12 years as it aims to    ... more

Support given to grassroots sports in the UK

Small sports clubs across the UK could soon flourish after the government announced they were to ease tax regulations in grassroots    ... more

Renovating into better use

A joint initiative announced, set up by the Empty Homes, Ecology Building Society, the government and thirty-nine local authorities, aim to    ... more

‘Troops to Teachers’

A scheme titled ‘Troops to Teachers’ has been launched by the Government, in which former personnel of the AF are being    ... more

Mary Portas’ move towards revival of high streets backed by big businesses

Mary Portas, labelled the ‘tsar’ of the British high street, has seen her scheme of ‘Portas Pilot Towns’ recently publicly supported    ... more