Pursuing the precedent

News & Politics

Upon Theresa May’s decision to hold an election, it seemed the two major British parties may have been the ones superiorly impacted. Their status, and resulting support networks, seemed to suggest they might be held in the best stead, and might, therefore, reap the largest benefits. This seemed the Upon Theresa May’s decision to hold an election, it seemed the two major British parties may have been the ones superiorly impacted. Their status, and resulting support networks, seemed to suggest they might be held in the best stead, and might, therefore, reap the largest benefits. This seemed the case, with May extending her tenure as Prime Minister and Labour increasing their seats, yet the other noteworthy result seemed to surround Ukip. In the aftermath of their election campaign, they seemed to head along a fresh path, with Henry Bolton attaining the position of leader and, with a vote of members forthcoming, more

Dedication to innovation

News & Politics

2017 recently concluded with a multitude of influencers utilising the year to exert their authority on the globe, a … more

The quest of a nation

Sport

With the Six Nations having recently commenced, it seems natural to assume the results themselves may claim majority of the focus. This may … more

A man of vision

Business

Tahir Khan is a man of vision. Having studied business management (HONS) at Kingston University he was keen to … more

Uprise in Detroit

Entertainment

The topic of race has been prevalent in the US for many years and the complexity of this subject … more

African roots

Art & Design

The onset of summer in London brings with it the opening of the annual Serpentine Pavilion, an architectural showpiece … more

Hail kale

Food & Drink

Kale has increased in popularity over the last few years with consumers and catering outlets, mainly due to its … more

Virtual adjustment

Health & Wellness

A recent study published by assistant professor Jaime Banks (Ph.D., Colorado State University) and teaching assistant professor John G. … more

A toy is for life

Children

By Luca Giannini – age 9 Boys love toys. I’ve been talking to the boys in my school class … more

Roam freely

Science & Technology

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

Virtual adjustment

Health & Wellness

A recent study published by assistant professor Jaime Banks (Ph.D., Colorado State University) and teaching assistant professor John G. … more

Victory for variation

Sport

With several sports in the middle of their seasons, opportunities may have arisen for a fresh event to commence, where … more

Securing stability

News & Politics

With the multitude of protests surrounding Conservative legislations which have recently occurred, it seems the necessity for the Government … more