A terrorist attack occurred in Paris yesterday, the 7th of January, causing the death of twelve persons. Three gunmen killed the prominent figures of the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, including cartoonists and editors. Eleven other persons were reported injured. The social networking sites have greatly condemned this act, judged […]
Unless you’re one of those people who keeps an eye out for upcoming demonstrations, it’s unlikely you’ve heard much about the recent Occupy Democracy protests. Strange as it might seem, hundreds of people gathering daily in Parliament square in an attempt to change British democracy has not been deemed newsworthy […]
This week Brendan O’Neill argued that using ‘gay’ as a derogative is not homophobic. As a linguistics student, who happens to be gay, I argue as to why it is and why this use should be curbed. ‘Don’t be gay’ is a phrase I’ve heard thrown around a lot. It’s […]
In the last few weeks parliament has sadly given the green light to go ahead with a badger cull. Disgusting right? We all loved Badger and Badger (with their unhealthy obsession for mash potato). People in support of the cull argue it is necessary in order to control the […]
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