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What’s happening in Ukraine – is the Cold War heating up?

March 5, 2014

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Events in the Ukraine are being described by UK foreign secretary William Hague as the “biggest crisis in Europe in the 21st century”. Here’s what happened The pro-Russian Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych fled to Russia (after his family were allegedly shot at by militants) as Ukraine’s month of protests against a Russian financial bail out […]

Hiding the porn, hiding the real issues: The porn filter isn’t what it seems to be

July 31, 2013

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I felt a cataclysmic disturbance in the force this week, something was wrong. Very wrong. It made me dizzy and irritable and more importantly, confused. “What?” I said, could have caused this. Little did I know, the coalition were going to make it slightly more difficult to see lewd representations of femininity on both the […]

Daily Mail pay over £125K to Sally Morgan as an apology for calling her a ‘charlatan’…

June 20, 2013

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The Daily Mail today had to pay Sally Morgan £125k damages plus legal costs to avoid a lengthy libel battle because of a 2011 story alleging that she used a hidden earpiece to receive instructions from a backstage team. Some people are fail to understand the verdict, understandably. If the Mail said that Sally Morgan […]

Just how much Mario Balotelli madness can I fit into this page?

January 10, 2013

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Mario Balotelli is one of the best things to happen to football since the invention of the sphere. – Me I am going to let that hang there for a second. The 22-year old Man City forward is amazing. Some people call him crazy, others think he is disrespectful. He was dubbed  “unmanageable” by arguably the world’s best manager Jose […]

Walking Dead resurrected for a third series

October 15, 2012

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The Walking Dead returned for a third season last week, a chilling episode in which the survivors moved from the burning farmstead to an ‘abandoned’ prison. Before hitting the big screen Walking Dead was a critically acclaimed comic book series of over 100 issues. This provided a rich tapestry of stories to choose from to be adapted […]

Politits: Judging MPs for the fun of it

May 6, 2012

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DESPITE Labour councilors making a momentous comeback against the coalition in the 2012 local authority elections, the only true winner was voter apathy, and humour. VOTER APATHY Turnouts as small as 24.7% in Manchester ,  26.2% in Coventry, 23.25% in Nottingham , 27.65% in Birmingham  and 24.12% in Bristol all helped contribute to Britain’s shameful average turnout of around 30%. There are many reasons why […]