Sam Branson

WE Day is just one of many positive youth movements of our time, but it feels like it could be the biggest if they manage to fulfill their aim of setting it up in every country across the world.
2014 was quite the year for drug policy. Whatever your thoughts regarding this global issue, the most important thing was that it really felt like people were talking about it - and more importantly - acting on those words... So much progress has been made, but more is still to be done.
By setting yourself goals in life you learn an incredible amount and you get a sense of fulfilment and pride. Even the journey getting there, the ups and the downs makes you feeling motivated and positive. There is a constant feeling of reward. Knowing you have believed in yourself enough to set yourself goals requires self-worth and along the way you gain many attributes including resilience, communication and team building qualities - life skills that are so important and the foundation to becoming a healthy, happy and productive individual.
Drugs can often prove to be an arduous, convoluted conversation. To try and unpick the tangled knot that is global drug policy
It's never easy viewing and this week’s Bodyshock documentary is no exception. It follows the story of a six-year-old Colombian
Holly Branson is still getting over the shock of her family home on Necker Island going up in flames, and the knowledge that