• Editorials Culture Guide: The Inuit of Canada
    Inuit culture has recently come under the spotlight thanks to the new wave of TikTok influencers, as well as Inuit controversy in Alaska towards the end of Trump’s presidency. This article will give you the information you need to join the discussion. The history of Inuit Inuit have lived in Canada for 1000 years. They […]
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  • News Pope makes first female appointment
    Pope Francis has appointed Sister Nathalie Becquart as an undersecretary of the synod of bishops. Becquart is the first woman to be appointed to the position and the first to hold voting rights in a synod.
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  • News Trans discrimination in politics needs to be stamped out, immediately
    In the USA, Representative Greg Steube has recently introduced new, anti-trans legislation. It is unlikely that a vote will even happen on the bill however the concept threatens not only young trans women but all young women In Idaho, a similar law already exists. According to the law in Idaho, the state or the school […]
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  • News Where was the national guard?
    On January the 6th Trump supporters stormed the capitol building in Washington, incited by President Trump himself. He told his supporters at a rally in DC on the morning of the event: “you’ll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong.’’ This speech was extremely […]
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  • British Never trust a Tory
    They’ve done it again. Another promise broken. Thousands of people put their trust in Johnson’s government for the first, and it’s been let down after let down ever since. On the 20th of July New Clause 17 was debated in the House Of Commons. The new clause was intended to protect the NHS from any […]
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  • News COVID-19: The Facts
    The COVID-19 strain of Coronavirus has spread all around the globe. Large media outlets have been shamelessly capitalising on the outbreak. This is where B**b comes in. This article will separate the fact from the fiction, and give you the advice you need to keep yourself safe. COVID-19 is a strain from the coronavirus family […]
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  • News The benefits of bilingualism
    It’s common knowledge that learning a second language can do wonders for your career, but bilingualism is worth much more than a bullet point on a CV. Learning a foreign language often helps you to understand your own. By studying the complexities of a foreign language you learn to identify key features in your own […]
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  • Other How is technology altering the way we see the world?
    Augmented reality is a rapidly growing technology capable of changing the world around us. While it’s sister tech, VR, transports the user to entirely different worlds, AR focuses on modifying your world. It is defined as “a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user’s view of the real world, thus providing a composite […]
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  • British The Day Democracy Dies
    In four days’ time, we will witness the death of democracy in the UK. The British Parliament will shut down for approximately five weeks and during this time, your MPs will be rendered useless. For five weeks the Chamber of the House of Lords will be empty. For five weeks the voices of MPs in […]
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  • Editorials Is the vegan diet really as eco-friendly as we think?
    Many people choose to eradicate animal produce from their diet to try and save the planet. But are they doing more harm than good? Here we explore whether the vegan diet is really as eco-friendly as we think. The vegan illusion Growing crops is often not the perfect method of food production that many people […]
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  • News The Truth About Reality TV
    Reality TV is a massively popular genre, with shows such as Love Island attracting millions of viewers for each episode. For many, it’s rapidly becoming a tradition to spend time on an evening watching our favourite programmes. But is our fascination with reality TV as innocent as it appears? As it becomes even easier to […]
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  • health Five tips to fight your hay fever
    It is estimated that hay fever affects 10 million people in England. As a hay fever sufferer, I know that there is nothing worse than seeing everyone else enjoy the glorious sunshine while your nose runs and your eyes itch. To help the 10 million that spend their summer sniffing and rubbing their eyes to […]
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  • News Rotterdam: City of the future
    In recent years Architects have labelled Rotterdam as ‘the city of the future’. It is home to exciting new technological advancements and it is constantly developing new ways of living sustainably One example of Rotterdam’s innovation is the floating farm that opened earlier this year. It is a prime example of urban sustainability; The farm […]
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  • British Multicultural Britain: The death of a stereotype
    Great Britain is best known for being home to an awful lot of incredibl posh, very polite tea addicts. Ask anone who's spent any time in the UK and they'll tell you something very different
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  • News Move over Millennials!
    2019 has finally rolled in and the first members of Generation Z are now around 5 years into adulthood. As generation Z has grown, so has the world we live in. Massive leaps in technology have brought us from huge computers – that took an age to load a web page – to iPads and laptops […]
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  • News Coral Reefs: Poachers in the Ocean?
    Coral Reefs are, without a doubt, one of nature’s most fascinating places. Accounting for less than 0.1% of the ocean, they are not only breathtakingly beautiful but incredibly rare (and becoming rarer). The rainforests of the sea, as they are often referred to, are incredibly delicate ecosystems and subject to immense damage from humans. More […]
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  • health The Rise of the Superbugs
    An epidemic of antibiotic resistance is sweeping across the globe and taking thousands of lives yet somehow very few people have even heard of the threat So, what actually is Antibiotic resistance? The World Health Organization says that: “Antibiotics are medicines used to prevent and treat bacterial infections. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in […]
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