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Has Covid led us to constantly buy clothes we don’t really need for comfort and reassurance… or for plans after lockdown?

Recently, there has been a huge rise in people shopping online for clothes during the second pandemic and it seems like it’s for comfort…or reassurance…- or possibly be for plans after lockdown. Since the beginning of the UK’s most difficult second lockdown it seems as though many teenagers, like myself, have been on an online shopping spree, as if we’re

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Covid-19: The Music industry might change for good?

Many artists are having to perform virtual gigs, learn how to market themselves to their fans, as well as filming music videos from home. The music industry is known for its large audiences, venues, as well as events, which are live experiences for many artists. According to MusicBusinessWorldWide, they announced that the streaming of music videos ‘went down’ since Coronavirus

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Breaking: Boris and Matt Hancock Catches Coronavirus!

–Mr. Johnson didn’t show up at yesterday’s 5.00 pm conference, which was for the pandemic, nor did Matt. -Shadow Educational Secretary, Angela Rayner, has announced she’s self- isolating. Today at 11.16 am, Boris Johnson has so far sent Twitter wild after posting the fact that he’s tested positive for Coronavirus. He told his 1.8m Twitter followers, the fact that ‘over the last

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Coronavirus: Was the UK Government Given £350bn in the first place?

Rishi Sunak announced that the UK Government ‘won’t get money for the scheme until 1st June,’ which might affect the Arts and Culture community badly… or not… A UK Arts organization, known as the Coventry UK City of Culture 2021, had invested their money to grant people who are either jobless locally or work from home, because of Coronavirus. The organization, which

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Coronavirus: Has the UK Government Broken their Protection Promise?

They announced the protection scheme last Wednesday, which is said to benefit many bosses and employees at home, including ones within the Arts and Culture community. A week after Rishi Sunak’s speech, a UK Arts organization known as Arts Council England, announced the fact that they’re launching an ’emergency package’ grant. It’s for Artists, museums, galleries, theaters, libraries, and many more within the Arts

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The UK is officially on lock down

The British government has officially declared a lock down due to the recent pandemic, which will have a drastic affect on all art and culture fans who want to visit Art exhibitions overseas. The Co-founder of the arts organization ‘Marguritte London,’ Joanna Payne, said that they have to ‘cancel our (networking) events for the foreseeable, it was important to act

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Plastic Pollution: ‘Hidden Chemicals’ in Seabirds

Small chemicals in Seabirds, via plastic pollution, have added even more threats in the wild. By 2050, It’s been estimated that 99% of Seabirds will have ingested plastic, according to current trends. This is because Seabirds will mistake the plastic for food, floating in the water. Many researchers have found chemicals in Seabirds ‘liver and fatty tissues,’ via plastic which

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