Reality TV Can Save The World From Disaster

James Morris | Posted 28.08.2017 | UK Comedy
James Morris

It's a TV show called Say Yes to the Dress, and basically it's an American reality series about women getting extremely excited and being very happy about buying wedding dresses. There are no massacres, there are just the right amount of walls and all of the clocks chime delightfully.

It Is Not Just Trump That Has Emboldened White Supremacists, It Is Our Entire System

Damir Rafi | Posted 18.08.2017 | UK Politics
Damir Rafi

The election of President Trump signalled an appetite within the nation for a kind of political revolution, and a weariness towards typical establishment politics. However to truly reform our world for the better, it is a moral revolution that we first need.

On Occasion, The Media's Silence Is Just As Worrying As Inflammatory Headlines

Basit Mahmood | Posted 09.08.2017 | UK Politics
Basit Mahmood

Many Mosques in America are used to receiving threatening phone calls and messages, this has become normalised. Yet it is a sign of how far the dehumanisation of Muslims has come that even a bomb attack against a mosque is not considered worthy of eliciting the same level of response as other terror attacks.

Our World Has Changed, Or Has it?

Dr. Bill Cloke | Posted 21.07.2017 | UK
Dr. Bill Cloke

John F. Kennedy uttered the now famous words during his inaugural address "Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your count...

Why Can't May Cosy Up To Trump Like Macron Did?

Andrew Shaw | Posted 17.07.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Andrew Shaw

What I find fascinating is the difference in tone many of these publications took when covering Theresa May's visit to Washington in January. Then, a leader of a large European country with a surprisingly fragile economy cosying up to Trump was seen as desperate. Now, it's being portrayed as a bromance. Why?

Fly Me To The Moon... Not JFK

Dan White | Posted 17.05.2017 | UK Parents
Dan White

Moaner. That's the image I am getting lumbered with. A middle-aged man constantly prattling on about lack of disability care and the image this brilliant community often gets lumbered with by politicians and papers. One day I'll lighten up, honest, it's just that until that day I will huff and stomp around like someone constantly looking for the exit in a comedy club run by Jeremy Vine.

Studying Abroad: Europe v America? The Battle Of The Atlantic!

Zoe Ambrozewska | Posted 09.05.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Zoe Ambrozewska

Here we compare our pros and cons, and discuss tips for studying abroad and travelling either side of the Atlantic Ocean!

Florida's Coast: 12 Picture-Perfect Beaches To Discover

Jen Barton | Posted 05.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Toasty golden sands, salty air and gently rolling sea: idle days by the beach are one of life’s loveliest pleasures. And Florida has some of the mos...

Discovering Florida’s West Coast By Car

The Huffington Post | Jen Barton | Posted 28.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Heading away on holiday should be about discovering new places, escaping the grind and immersing yourself in new experiences. But it doesn’t always ...

Tampa Bay: Inside The Exhilarating US Destination For Dedicated Thrill Seekers

Tamsin Kelly | Posted 04.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle

If you’re the adrenaline-mad type, you probably like the sound of canoeing past gators, cycling on water and swimming with sharks. Not to mention pl...

9 Things To Do When The Sun Goes Down In The 'Venice of America'

The Huffington Post | Tamsin Kelly | Posted 28.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle

A city on the water, Greater Fort Lauderdale is famous for its Venetian-style waterways and sweeping promenade-lined beachfront. When night falls, thi...

Freshman Or Freshers? - Advice To A Brit Studying In America

Sophia Parvizi-Wayne | Posted 20.04.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Sophia Parvizi-Wayne

The life I have here is one I never want to give up and one that if given the opportunity, I wish every person could experience. America may be a huge cultural shock but it's been the best shock of my adolescent life.

Donald Trump Has U-Turned Five Times In Two Days

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 14.04.2017 | UK

President Donald Trump is abruptly reversing himself on key issues - five in the last 48 hours. And for all his usual bluster, he’s startlingly cand...

The March Of Renewable Energy Is Unstoppable Even By President Trump

Adnan Al-Daini | Posted 05.04.2017 | UK
Adnan Al-Daini

President Trump's energy policy is doomed to failure as it comes into collision with economic reality. The advance of renewable energy sources is now unstoppable. So here is my prediction: the keystone pipeline will not get built and new coal mines will not be opened in the US or anywhere else in the world.

Why Did Trump Fail To Pass His Health Reforms?

Johnny Luk | Posted 27.03.2017 | UK Politics
Johnny Luk

President Trump is probably sitting in the Oval Office seething. What went wrong? Leaving aside the technical details, such as the loss of medical insurance coverage for 25 million people - scaring the moderates, or in the other extreme, not cutting costs enough for the diehards, this legislative exercise, like all major decisions, is about behaviour.

In Defence Of Obamacare

Ashish Prashar | Posted 21.03.2017 | UK Politics
Ashish Prashar

There is widespread recognition that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) delivered by President Obama, the Federal Government and Congress created a solution for every American to have health care.

Discovering Downtown Miami

Katie Monk | Posted 19.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Katie Monk

Dubbed the 'Manhattan of the South', Brickell (rhymes with pickle and nickel) is Miami's financial district, and used to be an all-work-no-play kind of hood. These days, however, there's a decent post-work scene, with new bars and restaurants popping up all the time, plus excellent hotels for those who prefer to stay in the heart of things.

Immigrants Make America Great

Ashish Prashar | Posted 17.03.2017 | UK Politics
Ashish Prashar

Our leaders must remember that immigrants have created some of our largest companies, built America's global dominance and if we created barriers to bringing talent to the US the likes of Apple and Google wouldn't exist today. The immigrants who did important, world-changing things did them here because this country welcomed them and that's what makes America so great!

American Prisons Need Reform

Ashish Prashar | Posted 14.03.2017 | UK Politics
Ashish Prashar

In the last 30 years, America has become the prison capital of the world. What has propelled the land of the free to become the isle of the incarcerated is the rise of for-profit prisons. Today there are over 2.3million people behind bars, more than in China.

Why Trump And The Left Are Painfully Similar

Benjamin David | Posted 23.02.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Benjamin David

Perhaps from day 33 onwards it might well prove opportune to change tack, perhaps we disincline our own druthers to forge the enemy, perhaps it's time we realise that that they aren't as different from us after all.

Americans Need To Hear What Iraqis Have To Say

Baroness Emma Nicholson | Posted 06.02.2017 | UK
Baroness Emma Nicholson

Today we bid farewell to the first month of 2017, during which many of us have made and sought to maintain our New Year's resolutions. Mine, perhaps ...

Far From Preventing Terrorism, Trump's Iranian Passport Ban Is Creating Dissidence In An Already Loyal Community

Roxy Lackschewitz-Martin | Posted 02.02.2017 | UK Politics
Roxy Lackschewitz-Martin

Last Friday, Donald Trump signed his fourteenth executive order as President, an order purporting to protect American citizens from incoming terror by banning immigrants from high-risk countries from entering the United States.

Just How Worried Are LGBT Americans About Their Rights Under Trump? Very.

Ian Johnson | Posted 31.01.2017 | UK
Ian Johnson

In a whirlwind of actions since assuming the Presidency, Donald Trump has implemented a number of controversial decisions, which his supporters applau...

I'd Have Donald Round For Tea

James Hargrave | Posted 31.01.2017 | UK Politics
James Hargrave

I don't like him. I don't like what he says. I don't like what he stands for. I don't even like the colour of his skin (which I hope doesn't make me a racist). But I'd have him round for tea, but then being British I'd probably have most people round for tea.

Making Enemies, President Trump And The Zeitgeist

Benjamin David | Posted 22.01.2017 | UK Politics
Benjamin David

Donald Trump has been inaugurated as president of the US, a country now awash with 'unpresidented' uncertainty and a dithering moral identity. Indis...