For those of you who have not yet seen the “Potty- Mouthed Princesses”, here it is. The creators of this video have used little girls in pink costumes with rather vulgar dialogues, in an attempt to raise awareness on feminism issues, as well as promoting the sale of their t-shirts. The video which is now… Read More Swearing for Feminism? My thoughts
Prior to the Rochester by-election next month, UKIP candidate Mark Reckless has accused the Conservative party of hiring private agencies to call him with a plethora of complaints. Mr Reckless has most definitely lived up to his name with his allegations. The Conservative Party Chairman, Grant Shapps (MP) and Paul Uppal (MP) have both rubbished these claims which… Read More UKIP stirring trouble in Rochester
The President of European Commission, Jose Manual Barroso has warned that David Cameron’s decision to limit EU immigration is an offence to the European Union and is a mistake. President Barrosa has warned if British politicians continue to focus on negativity in relation to the EU, it will result in public discontent resulting in their… Read More Britain to limit EU Immigration?
Here is a useful timeline of the post-2015 development framework. The future framework will be replacing the Millennium Development Goals when they expire in 2015. it is great to have an understanding of the urgent issues lying ahead.
The current coalition in Northern Island is facing major issues in agreeing on a Budget Plan. In the history of Devolution, this is the first time where the budget has been unable to balance the budget. Lord Empey has described the core model of government is “cumbersome” and “difficult”, with this dissatisfying government.
Kofi Annan has criticised leading and developing Member-States of the UN for their “slow response” to the Ebola epidemic. It appears that Britain is leading in the support against Ebola, including aid on the ground in Sierra Leone and screening at airports and train stations. David Cameron has called for strong security action to be… Read More Updates on Ebola
Earlier this year, i participated in the Live Below the Line Challenge with my society at university (Politics and International Relations Society, Royal Holloway). Whilst the week was indeed a challenge, we managed to raise a staggering £1,426.83 over the course of the week. Our funds were donated to Action Against Hunger. It was thus definitely a… Read More Great to see UK Development Department contributing to tackling excellent causes