• Sport Sports Weekly
    In sports this week, a fine weekend for the northern hemisphere in Rugby and a race for a new Manchester United manager pales in importance to a missing Chinese tennis star. Football Manchester United’s search for a new manager continues in the aftermath of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking. Former player Michael Carrick is currently interim […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    There have been some staggering wins this week in the world of sports, from football to rugby, and we’re excited to share them with you right here. It’s up to you to pick one that’s your favourite, from Scotland progressing to a crucial stage for World Cup glory, Ireland’s handling of the southern hemisphere giants […]
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  • News Sports Weekly
    Manchester United fans express their frustrations this week as a potential new manager gets pilfered from under their nose, McLaren makes history in racing and Rugby’s injury crisis continues to shine a light on the conduct of the sports. All of this and more are down here on this week’s edition of Sports Weekly. Football […]
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  • News Wales’ New History Curriculum
    Wales is set to become the first nation in the United Kingdom to make teaching the histories of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities compulsory on the school curriculum. The guidance, which is set the be signed off by the Senedd next month, has been developed for a number of years and will be introduced in […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    All things, good and bad, must come to an end. Let’s look at the major stories from the culmination of some huge sagas in sport. These include the final rounds of the Olympics, the dramatic clash between South Africa and the Lions as well as the most documented transfer in football history. Olympics The curtain […]
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  • News Why have rape convictions fallen?
    Last week, it was revealed that rape convictions have fallen to their lowest ever in England and Wales. Authorities have been accused of decriminalising sexual assault as official statistics show that prosecutions have fallen to 1.4% in England and Wales over the last year. This is a record low for convictions since records began. Police […]
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  • News A week in mild amusement
    Not so smartphones New research suggests that students who have smartphones in class achieve lower grades- even if they don’t use them. That’s right, the mere presence of laptops or phones is enough to divide¬†your attention from course content. As a young lad, I believed that a phone in my pocket could affect my ability […]
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