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25th May 2018

Guns and Feminism

An interesting read from The Guardian about how women’s rights are being used to sell guns.

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Guns and Feminism
24th May 2018

Break-Up Fees

An interesting article about relationship break-up fees in China.

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Break-Up Fees
23rd May 2018

Male Nurses

The following article from the BBC highlights the gender imbalance of some professions in the UK, and in particular in the NHS. 

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Male Nurses

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22nd May 2018

Male Suicide

Last week the lead singer and songwriter for the Scottish band Frightened Rabbit was found dead after his body was found on the banks of the Firth of Forth.

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Male Suicide
21st May 2018

MeToo Movement

An interesting read from BBC News about the #MeToo movement.

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MeToo Movement
18th May 2018

Social Credit Score

Taking a satirical look at a recent Chinese policy, Stephen Colbert explores the introduction of 'social credit scores'.

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Social Credit Score
17th May 2018

Was Marx right?

This is the question that this video from The Economist sets out to answer (albeit in a little over three minutes).

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Was Marx right?

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15th May 2018

A Generational Divide

A UK report has suggested that pensioners should be taxed more and younger people should receive a one off payment of 10,000GBP. The Resolution Foundation states that this recommendation is...

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A Generational Divide

Here is an interesting piece about the 1988 education reform act from The Guardian. The article explores ‘the success’ of the legislation and its impact on the British education system.

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The Education Reform Act 1988
11th May 2018

Housing Crisis in London

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has released findings from a recent survey that shows some employees are leaving their jobs in the capital due to a lack of affordable...

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Housing Crisis in London

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No, this is not a belated April Fool’s article… but, with a recent historic meeting between the leaders of South and North Korea, some social commentators (including the president...

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And the Nobel Peace Prize goes to Donald Trump...?
9th May 2018

Smart Exercise

An interesting article from The Observer about the importance of exercise and how being smart with your workouts could lead to you getting fit and even adding years to your...

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Smart Exercise

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has found that the number of working mums had risen by almost 50% since the 1970s.

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Number of Working Mums Increases

Following the recent unveiling of the statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square, I found an interesting article about why some powerful men in society opposed votes for women.

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Opposing a Woman's Right to Vote
5th May 2018

200 Years of Marx

In honour of Karl Marx's birthday (5th May), The Guardian took a tour around Highgate cemetery in London and investigated whether it is the most communist graveyard in the UK.

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200 Years of Marx
3rd May 2018

Expensive Cities

The following video from The Economist discusses what it is like to live in one of the most expensive cities in the world: Hong Kong.

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Expensive Cities
2nd May 2018

Windrush Generation

According to BBC News, the Home Office has set targets to remove people from the UK (those without a right to stay). 

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Windrush Generation
1st May 2018

Amazon

Amazon is the world’s largest retailer and the following article provides an interactive look at how the company has grown since it was first established. 

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Amazon

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