Tag Archives: Democracy

Pursuing independence

The Government of Catalonia – the Northeastern part of Spain, formed by the Catalan European Democratic Party (PDeCAT) and the Republican    ... more

Red, white and blue on the horizon

General elections are under way in the Netherlands for the selection of all 150 members of the House of Representatives, which is    ... more

The age of reason

When it comes to voting age, most countries seem to have agreed on a minimum age, often specified in their constitution.    ... more

Eagerly awaiting independency

By Shivani Handa, aged 12 years old Recently the news has been focused on one very important topic that might change    ... more

21st Century politics

The UK government is responsible for the running of the country; providing laws, rules and regulations affecting each individual residing in    ... more

The European Union: a guardian for human rights

The European Union may be one of the true safeguards of our democracy. It may be hailed as an example that    ... more

A new British press

Andy Coulson has achieved many things in his career and has contributed greatly to the British Press industry.  Since his first    ... more

Celebrity trial lifts women’s voices

The Australian born 84-year-old television personality Rolf Harris, has many talents. Throughout his long career he has been an artist, musician,    ... more

The power of true democracy

Whilst the present news of Egyptian as a country transiting may have gained a significant amount of press coverage, it seems    ... more