Racial injustice — it’s a phrase on everybody’s lips, talked about on social media accounts and protested in the streets. As a concept, it’s both galvanized and divided our country,
The entire population of the COVID-19 hotspot city of Liverpool will be regularly offered a coronavirus test in a pilot scheme using the armed forces.
The city, which has been under Tier 3 restrictions
The Department of Health has announced it is buying 1m home coronavirus tests from a British consortium,
By Allan Jiao
The U.S. politics is filled with partisan rancor and gridlocks. When it comes to China, however, Democrats and Republicans form a rare, united front. Even various media outlets seem
By Michael Ward
It is commonly remarked by French political commentators that the French “aiment leur maire” or “love their mayors”. A poll earlier this year showed that the local mayor
By P.H Pensées
To deify Dominic Cummings, distracts from the bigger pandemic picture. A quick glance over this week’s newspaper front pages, and the same face appears, that of Dominic Cummings, Boris
Interestingly, an Ipsos Mori survey in 2018 ranked politician as the second least trusted profession in the UK, therefore creating a solid reputation for themselves is crucial – particularly in
According to the World health organization (WHO), it is estimated that at least half of the world population is unable to obtain essential health care services and is mostly attributed to the increased
A survey commissioned by Simply Business revealed that 76% of UK small businesses feel unsupported as Brexit approaches.
We’ve all seen the headlines about large corporations scaling-down their
A Home Office internal review has found that over 400 people were wrongly forced into providing DNA samples to aid their immigration cases back in 2016. The demands were contained in letters sent to