No refugees have been resettled in the UK since the 12th March. Many are living in a dangerous state of limbo, both in squalid camps abroad and unsuitable halfway houses in the UK, where Covid-19 has spread at exorbitant rates. Isabel Ralphs reports.
Following months of campaigning and media coverage, you might be forgiven for thinking that we must be a fair way through the US Presidential Election process by now. In actual fact, things are only just […]
At the start of term, on Monday the 27th of January, Leeds will have become the first Russell Group University to install the ‘Ecosia’ search engine across all campus computers. Following a successful student-run campaign […]
There is a certain unsettling irony in the fact that Black Friday this year landed in the same week that the UN Secretary General issued the warning that the world is at the ‘point of […]
In the latest hit to business, last week, ride share giant Uber lost its license from Transport to London (TfL) which allows it to continue to operate in the capital. For the millions of Uber […]
In its most recent move towards making the platform a more ‘positive experience’ for its users, Instagram has just announced it is going to remove all ‘augmented reality’ (AR) filters, that give the appearance of plastic surgery, from the app.
In the latest challenge to the so-called, ‘special relationship’ between the UK and the US, the wife of a US diplomat has fled the UK after being implicated in the tragic death of 19-year-old Harry […]
21st-century culture is dominated by an incessant and near-universal desire to be ‘productive’. Optimising every precious second of our day via time-saving life hacks (turns out I’ve been wasting my time all these years by […]
Before I left home last summer, I had this whole idea in my head that I was going to completely reinvent myself at University. I felt like I had a blank slate in front of […]
With 2018 the year of Harvey Weinstein and Sir Philip Green, one might think that as a society we’ve now got a pretty good grip on what it means to be sexually harassed in the […]
Following a successful trial last Summer, supermarket giant Sainsbury’s are relaunching a new initiative designed to encourage increased donations to local food banks. The idea – coming from a group of teenagers in Exeter doing […]
New findings from researchers at the University of Oxford has sparked discussion on the imposition of a ‘meat-tax’ on red and processed meat products. The study revealed the potentially lifesaving effects that such a measure […]