In Media Studies we were set a task to make a tabloid newspaper front cover. It had to be on hard news which I choose politics as the main header as it is one of the most talked about topic. When I began making my front cover, I had to pick whether I wanted to […]
The BBC is desperate in its quest to ‘find’ the dreaded Kremlin hand behind the French protests, messages obtained by Russian media indicate. They reveal attempts by one of its journalists to find any trace of Russian involvement. A series of screenshots, purporting to show a conversation between BBC Russia journalist Olga Ivshina and a […]
The first book by Barbara Taylor Bradford that I read and it was darn good!
The frozen father of Meghan Markle today has revealed that he is texting her every day and begs her to get back in touch, but she has never replied. Thomas Markle appeared on Good Morning Britain and said he hoped the queen would intervene for the bitter break between him, his pregnant daughter and the […]
As Cabinet tensions on Brexit continue, Theresa May is likely to face another tough few days ahead of the Christmas break. Here is how this week is expected to play out for the Prime Minister and Britain’s departure from the EU. Commons statement On Monday, Mrs May is set to face the Commons for the […]
He said he will keep doing interviews until the pregnant Duchess of Sussex gives him a call or sends him a text.
Standing strong for over 1,100 years throughout Britain’s wars, political upheavals, social and economic progress and technological and scientific advances, The Royal Mint’s history can be traced back through our country’s coinage. But it was 50 years ago today that The Queen herself opened the new site for The Royal Mint, which was moved to a purpose-built […]
Hong Kong is an ancient region with a history of changing hands, being appropriated by Chinese dynasties, Mongolian hordes, and various European settlers. The resulting culture is fittingly mixed, Chinese Folklore, Buddhism, and Taoism all exist as strong influences. Years of British rule have also contributed to a Hong Kong with a look and culture […]
16. Build the right culture to get 30% more. Brailsford believes that the same person can perform at a minimum of 30% better in one environment than they would in another purely down to the culture. With that in mind, he sees it as essential to strive to build the right culture in a team to […]
The zoo describes the Monsoon Forest exhibit as the largest indoor zoo exhibit ever built in Britain, offering a chance to explore a sub-tropical world filled with creatures ranging from small insects to crocodiles. It also contains exotic plants and palm trees in a climate that mimics Southeast Asia and has raised walkways and underwater viewing areas.
By Mark Curtis: Britain’s international trade secretary, Liam Fox, recently visited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pledging to increase trade and investment between the two countries, which already stands at a record $9bn.
Euthanasia comes from the Greek, where ‘eu’ means good and ‘thanatos’ means death. Euthanasia usually means the mercy killing of someone, to relive them from suffering severely from a terminal illness. It should be distinguished that euthanasia entirely depends on the word “intentional” – if the death is not intended, it is not an act […]