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Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.

Extinction Rebellion Wins Case against Met Police

Extinction Rebellion encountered a busy month in October with the organised autumn uprising and recent win against the Met Police over then unlawful ban they placed on protesting.

Routine Criminalisation of Asylum Seekers Continues in the UK

Asylum Seekers of the UK are continuously and unjustly criminalised. A guest article from Harry Sanders of the Immigration Advice Service.

Trudeau in Deep Waters with Blackface

The Canadian elections are soon with Prime Minister Trudeau's Liberal Party facing several scandals including blackface.

Saudi's Oil Refinery Attacked by Houthi Rebels

An attack on the largest oil field increased the price of oil with fingers pointed at Iran.

Boris Johnson’s Struggle for Brexit

With Brexit deadline fast approaching, the Prime Minister is trying to find a way to get out of the EU even if it means without a deal.

Hong Kong Protests: A Repeat of Tiananmen Square?

Protests in Hong Kong is intensifying with possible repetition of past atrocities.

The Brazilian Great Fire

There have been 72,000 blazes in the Amazon Rainforest since the beginning of the year.

Trump Wishes to Buy Greenland

Trump wants to buy Greenland of Denmark but the idea is laughed at.

Lack of Accountability with the Powerful

With the death of Epstein surround with mystery, why do powerful people avoid accountability.

Bureaucracy and the Moon

It's been 50 years since we first landed on the Moon but why haven't we travelled back there for so long?