December 2, 2017

A petition created by Constance Mbassi Manga calling for the UK government’s intervention of the Libyan slavery crisis is being heard by parliament in three days’ time after,  accumulating over 251,875 signatures.

The petition was created after CNN released video footag...

December 2, 2017

A look at the female craze of sending nudes to your besties.

The ‘nude’: a staple of modern day society, frowned upon by most, but seen as an expression of self-confidence and body positivity by others. Us average Joes aren’t the only ones that enjoy snapping a nude sel...

December 1, 2017

Following Harvey Weinstein’s shock on Hollywood with his numerous sexual assault allegations, Allison Mack, who is most famous for playing Clark Kent’s sidekick ‘Chloe Sullivan’ in the hit show ‘Smallville’, has been accused by the Daily Mail of being second in command...

December 1, 2017

Many would say that many Aussie choose to travel overseas more than in Australia.  Well that isn’t the case for me. It may sound a little odd for a 27 year old to have a bucket list of things she wants to do before she is thirty but on my list I had that I wanted to tr...

A common complaint from young voters in the UK is that there is virtually no diversity within the house of commons, and therefore only a proportion of society is actually represented. The typical picture painted of a politician is a white, middle class man in his fifti...

December 1, 2017

According to a survey conducted last year by GoCompare, the British public would spend £21 Billion on Christmas in 2016. That includes presents, decorations, food and various seasonal events and attractions. That averages out at £753 per household, with £378 being spen...

December 1, 2017


The innocence and sincerity of childhood meet the harsh reality of adult life in Sean Baker's beautifully depicted story about life on the other side of Disney world. 

As mentioned in my review of Call me by your Name, awards season has truly begun, and Sean Baker brin...

December 1, 2017

With the most recent spate of sexual assuault allegations from the entertainment, there comes the usual reactions of disgust and horror to the actions of previously loved stars. A word that is not being bounded around though is sorry, and as days go by it seems the onl...

December 1, 2017

A heart-warming and inspirational story of Paul West, a homeless man, living on the streets of Leicester, who sells his drawings to help him achieve his dream of moving to the coast.

Sat on the freezing cold pavement in his sleeping bag, the homeless man was drawing in...

December 1, 2017

After the success of Wonder Woman earlier this year, there were whispers of the DC Extended Universe finally getting its act together. After all the major characters assemble in this hodgepodge of a film, there is one burning question at the end of it all; how can a $3...

December 1, 2017

  

I can't be the only one, tennis fan or not who was saddened at the sight of Britain's talismanic tennis star limping to the end of his Wimbledon quarter final against Sam Querrey earlier this year, eventually succumbing to the American in five gruelling sets. Wa...

December 1, 2017

Take it back to August, Everton have spent nearly £80M, they've bought in players of the calibre of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Rooney is back and has just scored the winner in a 1-0 opening day victory against Stoke at Goodison Park, surely a good season awaits, no? 

Fast forwar...

December 1, 2017

It was all about Technology at The Shed venue in Leicester on Tuesday 21st November, with members of band Don Broco doing a DJ set as part of their “Ambush Tuesday” rock alternative night.

Bass guitarist Simon Delaney and drummer Matt Donelly joined The Shed’s resident...

December 1, 2017

It started with a girls’ night, the best kind of girls’ night. We ordered pizza, were sitting on the floor eating straight out of boxes and there was a Hallmark Christmas movie on in the background.

We were laughing, telling stories and somehow I got started telling a s...

December 1, 2017

Dave McCary’s first feature-film tackles the trauma explored in Lenny Abrahamson’s Room with the charmless indie queerings of Swiss Army Man, and while it is a more engaging experience than the latter, it’s lack of respect for the subject matter expertly handled in the...

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