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Ultimate review of 2011: March

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith   Uprising Continuing into March the Arab spring was still gaining momentum with protests in many Arab countries including Bahrain and Libya. On March 17 the UN Security Council, with the support of the Arab league, voted in favour of imposing a no fly zone […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: February

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith Uprisings February saw the Arab spring step up a gear as another Arab state seized the opportunity to rid themselves of the oppression they long lived under. The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak finally resigned after 30 years in presidency on February 11. His resignation […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: January

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith 2011 was a highly dramatic year. From uprisings to near economic despair; 2011 had it all. WNT looks back at the highs and lows, starting at the very beginning. Uprisings  The Arab spring was the first major international political event in 2011. Though only in its […]

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Victoria Secret’s lingerie: The shocking child exploitation behind the world famous garments

By Natalie Clark The lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret have found themselves caught in a child labour scandal. An investigative report from Bloomberg has shown that the so-called, “fair-trade, organic” cotton used in a wide variety of the brand’s products, is actually extremely reliant on the forced labour of children. The report focuses around the distressing […]

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Clegg Slams Cameron’s EU Decision

Nick Clegg has this morning launched a scathing attack at PM David Cameron over his decision to veto changes to the EU treaty. Clegg said he was “bitterly disappointed by the outcome of last week’s summit, precisely because I think now there is a danger that the UK will be isolated and marginalised within the […]

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Generation Defining Talks This Week Will Solve or End the Euro

By David Burridge This lunch time the German chancellor, Angela Merkel and the French president Nicolas Sarkozy (these days known together as Merkozy) are having a ‘working lunch’. This is a very loose phrase to describe a much more important meeting where the two European superpowers will try to form a vital allegiance. It will be an […]

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Subaru Unveil the Stunning BRZ

By Rob Sullivan For years we’ve been used to the line of exciting Subarus consisting basically of the Impreza, Legacy and Forester and perhaps only the Impreza can be classed as ‘exciting’. But there’s a new contender on the way: the BRZ. In fact, it’s the sister of the up-and-coming Toyata GT86 and visually this is […]

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Technology is Capitalism Best Friend But at the Expense of Humanity

By Naila Missous Technology and its development play a crucial role in contemporary communication and culture. Modern culture is defined by its relationship with technology – even having gained the name of technoculture. The important aspects of technology is the integration of technology into almost every aspect of contemporary culture; and secondly, the rapidity of […]

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Chancellor Set to Announce £20bn Lifeline to UK Businesses

George Osborne is set to unveil a government plan to underwrite between £10bn and £20bn of loans to help small businesses. The announcement on Tuesday will come as part of the chancellor autumn statement on the economy. The government scheme titled ‘credit easing’ provides a guarantee to banks to borrow on stock markets. In return […]

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Thomas Cook Shares Plummet by 75%

The holiday giant Thomas Cook took a battering on the stock exchange today. It’s shares fell by a whopping 75% in a single day after it was announced the company was in talks with banks over securing more credit. This meant that at the end of today’s trading, Thomas Cook shares had fallen 95%  from […]

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