Monthly Archives: December 2018

France PM Macron thinking of imposing state of emergency

French PM  Macron is thinking to pose a state of emergency  due to the violence in the capital. The protest began when Macron induced a fuel tax which has been approved from the French government which the protesters are against . Emmanuel Macron has been in office for 18 months since taking office back in 2016 this is his first challenge as PM

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Disabled people are suffering from discrimination

Almost 70% of disabled people have faced discrimination due to access issues. Disabled people are facing a huge discrimination against their access to public places such as cinema, shops, leisure centre or the local pub and the attitude of staff and other people affect them. Disabled people feel to be a disadvantage for the society because of the fact that

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Home Office condemned after Windrush deportees aren’t contacted

The Home Office has been criticised for not attempting to contact people who were wrongly deported as part of the Windrush scandal. Green Party MP Caroline Lucas said to home office minister that no “specific attempt” has been made to contact the 49 people concerned who were deported between March and September 2017 to Ghana and Nigeria. Caroline Nokes, Home Office

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Jameela Jamil: ‘Photoshop Should be Illegal’

Actress Jameela Jamil, best known for her role in US TV series The Good Place, brands airbrushing as a ‘disgusting’ tool and ‘should be illegal’. Living in the 21st century, we have been bombarded with social media and how we present ourselves through it. With the easy access and use of airbrushing apps such as ‘Facetune’ and ‘Adobe Photoshop’, altering

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Dangers in drinking,drugs and driving

This December the metropolitan police will be anchoring down and enforcing a campaign surrounding the awareness of drink and drug driving to cut down on the toxic risks that involve this. Traffic officers will from now on take crucial precautions regarding the high risk level of driving while intoxicated with alcohol or being under the influence of a drug substance,

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Here’s To Reggae

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) have declared that the music genre Reggae is a national treasure.    Reggae music, which emerged from Jamaica in the 1960s, was added to UNESCO’s global Intangible Cultural Heritage list on the 30th of November. This deserved appreciation for Afro- Caribbeans music may be a nice gift but is it too

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