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  • July 5, 2016

    You worked hard for years at your A-levels, moaning to your friends about how easy they had it studying Sociology and History whilst you were suffering through Biology and Chemistry. You put in that extra effort needed to secure those top grades whilst the rest of your mates were out discovering the benefits of being finally old enough to legally get drunk in a pub.

  • July 5, 2016

    At the crack of dawn on the 12th of October 1915, a hundred years ago the most famous female casualty of World War One was marched in front of eight German soldiers and shot.

  • May 3, 2016
    Connor Parker

    Vladimir Putin’s distinctive face has been appearing all over the global newsfeed recently, reminding everyone from Barack Obama to the most disinterested youth that Russia can’t be ignored, can’t be contained and must be respected.