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COMPETITION '2018

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Culture

Ireland Finally Legalised Abortions: What's Next?

The only countries in Europe where abortion is illegal remain: Northern Ireland, Liechtenstein, Malta, Poland and San Marino.

How Fasting is Going this Ramadan

It's the third week into Ramadan and most of us across the UK have gotten the hang of almost 19 hours of fasting. For some reason even though it's very lengthy, the fasts aren't as challenging as it was in the previous year. I guess it's…

Interview #8 vol.3: Kate Hutchinson: Culture Journalist / Radio DJ

Kate Hutchinson is an art and culture journalist of The Guardian covering various genres from interviews of celebrities such as Kate Mckinnon to reports of music festivals. Also, she works as DJ in various types of programs, such as Worldwide FM. This time, I hunted her opinion and view to such a diverse London art scene, especially focusing on how she tries to tell people these through media.

Politics

Donald Trump Presidency so Far in the US

Just over 2 years left until the next Presidential elections so I look back at 3 key political decisions Trump took.

Why the Mistakes of Libya Haunt International Peace Today?

The international community is on the verge of history with the denuclearization of North Korea that is if President Trump does not mess up again.

60 Palestinians Killed After Violent Attack

More than 60 people were killed by violent actions on the border between Gaza and Israel

Health

Talking About Mental Health In The Workplace

Many of us will experience problems with our mental health. It can be hard to talk about with your employer - but the support they can offer is worth it.

Real Men Do Cry: Health Benefits of Crying

Crying is often seen as showing weakness. Making your vulnerability known is difficult, but taking about emotion and crying have health benefits.
Potential Ban on Wet Wipes in the UK

Potential Ban on Wet Wipes in the UK

Very soon we might not be able to use a product we are pretty much used to using daily. UK bans wet wipes

Students

Bristol University Student Criticised by Asian Community

Ignorance and stupidity come in many different levels. This week around the country, a case of the previously mentioned peaked due to a certain Bristol University student celebrating his 21st birthday. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with…

‘March For Our Lives’ Protests Demand Change in Gun Control Laws

Millions of people across the United States took to the streets last weekend to demonstrate their support for stricter gun control regulation in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. The event was planned largely by student…

Law Society WhatsApp Group Exposed for Discrimination

Monday night saw a Facebook post go viral as a Law student of the University of Exeter blasted a WhatsApp group for racist and sexist comments. The exposer, Arsalan, gathered more than 50 screenshots over a course of time to reveal the disgusting…

Entertainment

Can Feminists Enjoy ITV2's Love Island?

More and more young people are identifying as feminist. ITV2's Love Island is the most popular programme between 16-34 year olds - but is it misogynistic or feminist?

Movie Review - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Universal's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom released on 6th June in the United Kingdom. Almost a week on the big screen and it seems that the movie has had a slow start compared to its 2015 prequel. The box office is yet to surpass the…

Movie Review - Deadpool 2 - 20th Century Fox

Deadpool 2 has already broken records after its Tuesday release in the UK. Over the weekend, the Merc' with the mouth managed to beat Infinity War on the box office with over $301m made so far. Ryan Reynolds returns as everyone's beloved…

Sports And Games

Brazil 1-1 Switzerland: Coutinho Curler not Enough

A Strong Brazil squad took on Switzerland in their first game of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Rostov, Russia.

Germany 0-1 Mexico: El Tri Win Chance Riddled Match

Germany took on Mexico at the Luzhniki stadium as the current champions start off defending their title in the 2018 FIFA World Cup .

Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia: Kolorov Scores Brillant Freekick

Costa Rica played against Serbia in their opening Group E match.

Crime

Teen Becomes Youngest Female Convicted for Terror Plot

The story of Safaa Boular seems to be concluded after the shocking reveal of how she was moments away from committing an act of terror in the Capital. Boular is the youngest female who has been convicted with the UK's first all-female terror…

Berlinah Wallace Sentenced to life for Acid Attack

Berlinah Wallace was sentence to life three years after throwing sulphuric acid on her former partner to cause intentional harm. Her partner, Mark van Dongen, ended is life having not recovered from the injuries caused by the corrosive liquid.

Affirmative Consent Is More Than 'Reasonable Belief'

Affirmative Consent is the concept of ‘Yes Means Yes’. It is active consent, without room for confusion. It’s time for us to stop only saying ‘no means no’ - we need more than that.

Podcasts

Hidden Voices: Media Representation

Hidden Voices is ScribersHive's new podcasting programme hosted by our writers and creative artists discussing current events. Each episode is scheduled once a month and gives our audience a chance to hear different perspectives on the issues…

Art Work

Other

Wetherspoons Shuts Down its Social Media

Wildly popular UK pub chain JD Wetherspoons closed all of its social media, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. Tim Martin, the chairman of the company gives “the current bad publicity surrounding social media” as a main…

Rat's Trap?

Six new stabbings in London Wednesday, other deaths, other lives taken by the violence and hatred that subsists today within people’s own hearts, and while we blame it on the media we don’t make any effort to change the reality. A new…

Snowy London

It is now the third day of snow in London and it is mesmerizing. Waking up in the middle of a Siberian snow blizzard while still in the comfort of your warm and nice London home, isn’t it a dream? I woke up this morning, very early to…

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