‘Terrorist Attack’ by Lone Driver Wakes Westminster

A lone driver collided with the barriers of the Houses of Parliament this morning. Scotland Yard has called it a terrorist attack due to the location of the incident.

Ruby Rose & the Toxicity of Fan Outrage

Ruby Rose has quit Social Media after receiving abuse online for her new role as Batwoman in a show set to come out on the CW network next year.

Model Harry Uzoka’s Killers Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

Two out of the three men charged with the murder of Harry Uzoka, a successful 25-year-old male model, have been found guilty of committing the crime which occurred on January 11th.

Vaping Linked with Damage of Vital Immune System Cells

Researchers have discovered that the smoking alternative, vaping can actually cause serious harm in other ways than a cigarette.

Why Beyoncé Speaking out on Body Acceptance is Important for Women

How Beyoncé's recent essay speaking about body acceptance could improve women's lives for the better.

Scribing, Hiving, and Interning whilst Proper Vibing

A collection of reflections on my wonderful internship placement with the good people of Scribers Hive and You Press

Could the UK Replace Elected Politicians with Random Selection?

Is our current democracy truly representative of the UK population or is there an alternative way of choosing the people that represent us?

German Couple Sentenced for Selling Son Online

A German Couple are facing punishment for sexually abusing and trafficking their son on the dark web.

Dina Asher-Smith Wins Long Awaited Gold Medal in the 100m

Dina Asher-Smith becomes the European 100m Champion in a world leading time.

The Sale of Skin Lightening Creams Continues in Countries Where it’s Banned

Non-prescribed skin lightening creams have been deemed as illegal to sell in the UK and Ghana, yet they are still being sold. Studies have pointed to a number of dangers with a prominent ingredient in such creams, Hydroquinone.