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China and America: What do the next four years have in store?

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Having held its breath, sat on the edge of its seat and bitten its nails, the World exhaled a sigh of relief as President Obama was re-elected earlier this week. Congratulations from leaders around the globe poured into the White House as Obama began his second term of presidency. But what of China? How was […]

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Brits! It’s time to quit the moaning and embrace the Olympics


By Natalie Clark There are only three days to go until the world focuses its eyes on our fair capital, and as each day speeds by, the final sprint to finalise preparations seems to be stalked by an ever growing, darkening cloud. It engulfs everything in its path, continuously throwing down bucket after bucket, drenching […]

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Meet The Writers


Click on the writers name to view their catalogue of work Simon Farnsworth: Editor of World News Today. Contact the editor on Linkedin. Naila Missous is currently studying at the University of Manchester. Naila covers the Middle East and Africa for WNT while also challenging commonly held views that Western culture hold over Muslims and Arab nations. Alex Jones is a freelance journalist […]

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Should you take part in Lent even if you aren’t religious?

Can we partake in Lent if we are not religious?

By Natalie Clark So as everyone is pretty much aware, Lent is well and truly underway. Shrove Tuesday was happily indulged in, pancakes being tossed left right and centre, and I can certainly say that my household bulldozed through tubs of Nutella, syrup and a stupid amount of sugar. The conversation around the table, in between […]

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A look back at this years BRITs


By Natalie Clark  On Tuesday, music royalty came together for the 32nd BRIT Awards in Earls Court, London. As expected, there was drama, booze and music as far as the eye could see. We were treated to knockout performances from Adele, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Florence + The Machine, some performances we’d rather try and forget […]

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Lana Del Rey bags top spot at Mulberry

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By Natalie Clark Just before this weeks Mulberry Autumn/Winter 2012 show at London Fashion Week, the fashion house announced that American songstress Lana Del Rey was the inspiration behind their new handbag. The 25-year-old Born To Die singer took her place in the front row at the Mulberry show in London’s Claridges Hotel, clutching the […]

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Hugo leads the way with 11 Oscar nominations

By Natalie Clark Yesterday, the whole of Hollywood held it’s breath as the nominations for the 84th Academy Awards were announced. The silent movie that made all the noise at Golden Globes, The Artist, scooped an impressive ten nominations. However, it was Martin Scorsese’s Hugo that stole the show with eleven nominations. The two films […]

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The silent film causing a lot of noise in the race to the Oscars

By Natalie Clark Awards season is upon us. For just over a month we are going to be flooded with coverage from one red carpet to another, ogling at  glamorous couture gowns that are either triumphs or disasters and awkwardly laughing at hosts who nearly always fail to hit the mark. The long-awaited Golden Globes […]

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Teenager killed on crowded Oxford Street and a second stabbed during Boxing Day sales rush

By Natalie Clark A young man was stabbed to death yesterday during the busy Boxing Day sales in London. The tragedy occurred outside the Oxford Street branch of the shoe shop Foot Locker, near to the junction with Stratford Place. At 13:45 GMT police were called to the scene at a time when the bargain-searching […]

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The unwinnable battle of buying Christmas presents

Natalie Clark writes about buying those dreaded Christmas presents. How do you please everyone? Christmas is close. It is coming. Literally just around the corner. And have I bought any presents? A few. But I am nowhere near done. I keep putting it off and off. Not because of my dread of the hustling, bustling, […]

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