All of yesterday the media was bursting the news that a new law has been passed which means drivers caught using their phone at the wheel could receive up to six points on their license, a £200 fine and whose who have only been driving for two years could have their license revoked. Despite the … More Are young drivers being unfairly targeted in new mobile phone crackdown?
Killing for sport is wrong. As far as I’m concerned killing an innocent animal for a trophy of tusks to stick on a mantelpiece for the foreseeable future is unacceptable. And I’m surprised that there isn’t more being done to stop it. When I saw the image of the beautiful animal shot dead, with the … More Elephant KILLED for Sport
Sometimes when I read about the 2015 general election I just feel like it’s too focused on the party leaders themselves, rather than their policies. David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband, Nigel Farage and Natalie Bennett are constantly in the media, obviously now more than ever. Admittedly there is a much stronger focus on policies … More Vote for Policies, not Personalities!
Liam Byrne, Labour’s shadow universities minister, has recently spoken about higher education and how he feels that it should be available free of charge. “Obviously I would love free education. I would want it to be free just like the NHS, but I’m not going to make a promise that is not deliverable.” This comment … More “…I would love free education. I would want it to be free just like the NHS…”
Today, on the 24th of September 2014 across the BBC News, Daily Mail and Sky News one of the top stories is that Abu Qatada has been cleared of terrorism charges. I found it interesting to read how the three different articles covered the topic of terrorism- as it’s incredibly topical and such an emotive … More Abu Qatada – Article Comparison