New Liberal Democrat manifestoImage credits: The new European Lib Dem leader, Sir Vince Cable, announced yesterday the launch of the Liberal Democrats manifesto “Bollocks to Brexit”, ahead of the European Parliament election later this May. Their anti-Brexit manifesto is the "blueprint for what the UK could achieve if Brexit was stopped" and outlines both their … Continue reading “Bollocks to Brexit”- Lib Dem’s weapon to halt Brexit
Innocent people all around the world have been suffering great loss for years as a result of violent terrorist attacks. These attacks have different purposes, but the outcome is always the same, ten, hundreds or ten thousand lives lost and more violence done and attacks made as a retaliation. This audio report goes into details … Continue reading Sri Lanka- a response to the New Zealand mosque shooting
Animal testing is a problem which many people have been fighting to change in many industries where the use of chemicals are required. The most notorious industry for animal testing is the cosmetics industry, with most of the brands coming under fire every single year for the continuous use of chemical testing on animals before … Continue reading Animal Testing – Why is it not illegal everywhere?
Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping The Chinese Commerce Ministry has stated that ‘necessary countermeasures’ will be undertaken if the United States plans on increasing tariffs of Chinese products. According to reports, the U.S. plans on lifting the tariff of $200 billion Chinese exports by 25%. The Chinese ministry responded that it ‘deeply regrets’ … Continue reading China US trade-war escalates – China to retaliate if US to impose further sanctions
Brexit has dominated British news outlets since 2016. For many years it has been the biggest political news stories in the UK. But has the hype around Brexit meant that other important global stories, such as the threat of climate change and rising tensions between countries, are overlooked, potentially to our detriment? https://soundcloud.com/leah-trimmer-335897449/brexit-overshadow-audio/s-BdAVz Image credits: … Continue reading Is Brexit overshadowing the real global issues that truly matter?
The conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia has been going on for decades and the two countries Have yet to arrive to a peaceful resolution. There has been talk on where each couture is getting the support and the resources from, but after U.S. coordinating with Saudi on stepping up the sanctions on Iran, we … Continue reading U.S. Tightening The Sanctions on Iran In Order to Strengthen the Relationship With Saudi Arabia.
"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government to save the environment." - Ansel Adams Earth's surface temperature has risen, ice sheets are shrinking, sea levels are rising, and extreme weather events are becoming more common. Scientists have come to the consensus that the planet is quickly dying, and world governments have … Continue reading Global warming: are world Governments doing enough to save us?
Miguel Diaz-Canel is the current president of Cuba. He first got involved in politics as a member of the Young Communist League in his early 20s. All while teaching engineering, Diaz-Canel worked his way to becoming the organization’s second secretary at the age of 33. In 2003, Miguel Diaz-Canel was on the Politburo, executive committee … Continue reading Miguel Diaz-Canel: Political Profile
Paul Manly The Green Party saw a “historic” victory Monday night as Paul Manly was elected into Parliament in the Nanaimo-Ladysmith British Columbia by-election. Manly earned 37.1% of the votes and will be the second Green Party member in Parliament, joining Party leader Elizabeth May. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he thinks that Canadians … Continue reading Trudeau Blames Climate Change for Green Party Win