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American Hustle: Hustling the Oscars?

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By Molly Lyon There seems to be a film that comes around frequently with an all-star cast, filled with the promise of an amazing cinematic experience, but do they necessarily always work that way? The phenomenon of Hollywood “stars” is what sells the majority of films in this current climate. People with zero interest in […]

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Can Nick Clegg become the next Prime Minister?

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By Alec Wheeler When it comes to voting, most of us know that politicians, even with their smiles, sincerity and nice words, aren’t the people they claim or wish they were. A lot of the time, we end up either voting against someone or voting for the lesser of two evils, which was very much […]

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Understanding Ukraine: A detailed timeline of the Euromaidan protests

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By Natalie Gryvnyak, Kiev 21 November 2013 Euromaidan has started. 2,000 protesters gathered in Kiev’s main square, Maidan Nezalezhnosti, after news broke that the government were hesitating over the signing of the Association Agreement with the EU. 24 November Massive demonstrations were held in Kiev’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti to support the Agreement signing. 25 November Former […]

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“As an ordinary student in Kiev, I cannot keep calm. We seek justice, common sense and democracy”

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By Mariia, Kiev  * As an ordinary student in Kiev, I just can’t keep calm. Many words have already been said about the current situation in Ukraine but unfortunately after two months of unrest, nothing has improved. The unrest we are witnessing started on November 21, 2013 when the government of Ukraine decided to suspend […]

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‘How to fix the English cricket team’ – by an Aussie

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By Alex Jones It’s true, as an Aussie there is nothing better in sport than beating the poms in the Ashes. Nothing. Not Cathy Freeman’s gold in Sydney. Not even the Wallabies lifting the World Cup. There is simply nothing better than an Ashes victory and this winters ‘pomwash’ was a roaring success as the […]

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Is this the best PR stunt of 2013?


By Simon Farnsworth WestJet Airlines have performed a Christmas miracle in more ways than one. Their “Christmas Miracle” PR stunt has been viewed over 19m times on YouTube – giving the low budget Canadian airline exposure that not even millions of dollars could buy. Social media has been alive with the #WestJetChristmas hashtag as even […]

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Criminals once again – A critique of the Supreme Court of India’s decision to recriminalize homosexuality

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An Opinion Editorial by Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan In a surprising turn of events, and a major blow to LGBT rights in India, the Supreme Court of India has overturned the landmark 2009 Delhi High Court judgement which decriminalized homosexuality, terming it “legally unsustainable”. This perhaps makes India the only country ever to re-criminalize homosexuality. The […]

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Football’s vast economic disparity has created an environment in which match fixing can flourish


By Simon Farnsworth Money. In all walks of life it has the devastating power to corrupt the morals and conscious of many. Footballers are no different. Today’s Telegraph investigation revealed how six people, including at least three current players, have been arrested by police investigating a betting syndicate involved in fixing football matches in England. The newspaper’s […]

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Europe’s top 5 cities for New Year’s Eve celebrations


Compiled by Simon Farnsworth With Christmas just around the corner you may have forgotten about that other big event that lurks even larger on your social calendar. That’s right, New Year’s Eve is fast approaching.  But what to do? Where to go? World News Today asked  local residents of five European cities why the place they call […]

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Ed Miliband has grown into a man who looks, acts and feels like a Prime Minister in waiting


By Jack Jevons  Labour leader Ed Miliband began his shift from leader of the opposition to his dreams of future Prime Minister with a visit to Warrington on Friday with promises to the town’s people. Soon after what had been acclaimed an “impressive” party conference, in which Labour reaffirmed its supporting policies for the most […]

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