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The US Election explained

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By Simon Farnsworth Here’s the US Election system explained: Voters don’t vote directly for the President, they pick electors in an Electoral College. There is a total of 538 Electoral College votes amongst the 50 states. To be elected, a Presidential candidate must win 270 or more of the Electoral College votes. A tie favours […]

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Tortured by Nazis, 68 years later Noor Inayat Khan becomes first Muslim to receive a statue in the UK


By Naila Missous On September 13 1944, brutally tortured by Nazis lay a British spy known to most as Nora Baker. Her name was in fact Noor Inayat Khan: an Indian Muslim and first female radio operator to infiltrate occupied Paris.  She was sent into France by Winston Churchill’s secret Special Operations Executive, but was […]

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A note to America: Who the world would vote for in the US elections

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Dear America, Here’s a little note from the rest of the world ahead of today’s elections. Looking at the election from foreign shores, I don’t see how on Earth anyone could see Romney as a good candidate. Here is a man who couldn’t care less about the average American. He will simply help protect the […]

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15 of the strangest headlines in the world

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By Simon Farnsworth It’s true. Newspapers are dull. If they aren’t talking about death and despair they are telling you how you are moments away from death and despair! However, sometimes, just sometimes, they let their hair down and come out with some wonderfully obscure articles… before getting back to telling you about the terrible state of society […]

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Invisible poverty in America

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By Jago Kosolosky, Washington D.C. Poverty in the US is something which I have to face on a daily basis whilst living in the capital of the land of the free and the home of the brave. What strikes me the most when walking around D.C is the stark contrast between the poor Eastern, mostly […]

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Leeds fan attacks Chris Kirkland (VIDEO)

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By Alex Jones A Leeds United fan has attacked Sheffield Wednesday’s goalkeeper Chris Kirkland during tonight’s game at Hillsborough. The thug, believed to be Aaron Cawley, ran on the pitch from the away end before pushing the former England goalkeeper in the face, knocking him to the ground. (See below) Leeds United manager Neil Warnock said he was “embarrassed” […]

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Lance Armstrong: The cheat, the fraud, the bully

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By Simon Farnsworth “If it seems too good to be true, then it probably is too good to be true.” It’s a phrase we use in all walks of life- from the salesmen that knock on your door too those pesky spam emails you receive but when it comes to sport we like to put […]

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Has Apple lost their Midas touch?

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By Dan Graham With the release of the “boring” iPhone 5, and the forthcoming anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs, there has been fevered speculation that this is the beginning of the end for Apple. There is nothing spectacularly innovative about the latest incarnation of the iPhone, and in truth there wasn’t anything truly […]

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Why isn’t Obama more popular in America?


By Dan Graham To the majority of the world, it seems ridiculous that the Presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney could be going down to the wire. With such charisma and charm, the Western world adores Mitt Romney. Of course I’m joking! It’s Barack the world loves, but why isn’t his global popularity mirrored in America? […]

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McEnroe, Agassi, Sampras…Isner?! What has gone wrong in American tennis?


By Dan Graham With the retirement of Andy Roddick, the last American man to win a Grand Slam way back in 2003, the question must be asked, how could a nation as historically dominant in tennis as the USA find themselves with so little talent on the courts? Looking at the ATP standings you can’t […]

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