Jermain Jackman

As the triggering of Article 50 fast approaches, it is incredibly important that we figure out what 'Brexit' actually means, and how this will affect us. Young people especially will live with the outcome of Brexit by far the longest, and it is for that reason that I believe that we deserve a voice in the forthcoming negotiations.
‘The Voice’ is officially back on our screens, and on BBC1 for the final time, so there's never been a better moment to sit
MOBO CEO Kanya King MBE welcomed industry professionals and distinguished guests and thanked them for their loyal support of her brand for the past 18 years. She reminded us that MOBO had been created to champion young music focused youth and given a platform to urban music acts for the longest time.
Ricky Wilson has admitted he isn’t sure whether he’ll be appearing on the next series of ‘The Voice’ UK. The Kaiser Chiefs
Jermain Jackman may have won ‘The Voice’ UK on Saturday night, but his competitor Sally Barker is winning when it comes to
This Saturday, series three of The Voice UK came to a close, crowning Jermain Jackman as the winner. But in my eyes this series there were lots of winners this series not only the contestants, - the show has won, with audiences topping the Saturday night ratings almost every week.
When Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson announced that he would be joining 'The Voice', he divided opinions and fans of his band went scuttling in various directions, with few supporting the move. But now that the band's latest album 'Education, Education, Education And War' is sat firmly at number one, it's pretty clear who the real winner of the talent show is.
The Winner of The Voice 2014 is....Jermain. Well done Jermain, best of luck for 2014 and beyond. I will definitely be buying your debut album. 
The knockouts flew by this weekend and my brain was slightly a frazzle as 28 acts vied for a place in the final 12. In a format change, this year each teams seven acts were all up against each other. No fast passes or as previously groups of three, it was literally "every man for themselves".