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Insensitivity in Politics: Roger Scruton

Roger Scruton fired over insensitive comments on Islamophobia.

Revoke, Remain, Reform: an American’s Perspective on the People’s Vote March

In one of the largest protests in British history, the People’s Vote March brought cheeky cardboard signs, clever costumes, and an overwhelming call to vote down PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Italy Bans Unvaccinated Students from Attending Class

Following a mandatory immunisation law, Italian parents who have not vaccinated their children risk fines or their kids being re fused entry into schools.
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Dear Refugee Crises - Valentina Georgieva

A letter written to the current Refugee Crises world wide written by Valentina as part of the ScribersHive Europe programme.
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The Effect of the Refugee Crisis on Children

Refugee statistics from The UN Refugees Agency (UNHCR) shows that there are 65.8 million refugees around the world. Those that have to leave their own country also bare with the issues of 28 million child refugees. The situation in temporary…

Women Across the Country Changing the Face of American Politics

The 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections was a historic election of firsts for American women.

Netherlands Intelligence Accuses Russia of Cyber-plotting

Russian operatives have been accused of plotting to hack target the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

China Could Lift Anti-Natal Policy after 40 Years

China may give their almost 40-year anti-natal policy the scrap due to their increasing ageing population and fall in birth rates.

Violent Crime Apparently Stabilising After a Tough Year

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner claims the Violent Crime in the Capital is starting to stabilise after a rough start to the year where almost 90 people have been killed.

Tommy Robinson Released After his Appeal in Court

English Far Right-Wing Activist Tommy Robinson released from Prison on bail after convicted of being Contempt of Court in May.