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Friday, 2 November

COMMENT: Derren Brown’s Apocalypse, a trick or treat?

Everyone is sceptical of magical mind controlling wizards like Darren Brown, me included. I don’t normally watch ...

Thursday, 25 October

COMMENT: Costa right to be opposed by local community

A book called ‘Real England: The Battle Against the Bland’ by Paul Kingsnorth was my main read over ...

Tuesday, 16 October

COMMENT: The significance of the space jump

This weekend, 8 million people reportedly watched the live stream of Felix Baumgartner free falling for 128,100 ...

Friday, 5 October

COMMENT: The red tape of the UK asylum system

The Asylum Process in the UK, which is run by the UK Border Agency (UKBA), says that Britain holds a “proud ...

Wednesday, 26 September

COMMENT: Oil Giant condemns Arctic drilling

This summer, Greenpeace stepped up its long standing crusade against Oil and in particular, oil giant Shell, who ...

Wednesday, 12 September

COMMENT: India’s nuclear protest should not stop

A large scale protest at the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant in South India is being threatened, while mainstream ...

Wednesday, 5 September

COMMENT: The issue of file sharing will not go away

Déjà vu. We are back to file sharing once again. This time it’s been suggested that every single person who has ...

Thursday, 30 August

COMMENT: A tribute to the Man on the Moon

On Saturday evening the news broke of the passing of a man I think we along with our parents and even our ...

Monday, 20 August

COMMENT: Julian Assange should face trial, but not for Wikileaks

The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is a very sought after man. Two months ago he took political asylum in the ...

Wednesday, 1 August

COMMENT: How do we treat Tom Daley’s Twitter troll?

Every day we seem to get some Twitter related news regarding silly or irresponsible things someone has said. ...

Thursday, 19 July

COMMENT: Greenpeace Vs Shell in Arctic Assault

Earlier this week, on Monday morning, Greenpeace action teams took to Shell petrol stations in cities across the ...

Friday, 6 July

COMMENT: Government strikes again in war on education

Over 150,000 adults could lose the opportunity to learn and thrive through a second chance in education due to ...