02.8.18

Salvini’s Anti-Migrant Policy Puts Italy on Collision Course with the E.U and the...

Boats full of refugees entering Italian waters are nothing new, but since the escalation of the conflict in Libya, more migrants are making the journey to southern Italy, with a 15% increase in 2018. This...

31.7.18

Japan Hit by Worst Floods in Decades

Torrential rain leading to immense flooding and threat to life has plagued the streets of Japan. In one of the country’s worst ever weather disasters, millions of civilians have been forced to flee their...

29.7.18

Brexit Breakup

Brexit is a term we have all become well accustomed to. The fact of the matter, though, is that Brexit is an enigma. The only area which is totally transparent to the public is that the current prime minister...

11.7.18

Boris Johnson Resignation

Boris Johnson and David Davis have both resigned from Theresa May’s cabinet. Davis’ may have been the first resignation, but Johnson appears to have taken centre stage. Johnson has been an unpredictable...

05.7.18

Women’s Rights and Anti-Abortion Laws in Ireland

For most, pregnancy is an enjoyable, exciting and enlightening period for both men and women as they nurture and observe a tiny life grow within the body. Whether the pregnancy is planned or unplanned,...

04.7.18

The Venezuelan Election Debate

If the prospect of the after effects of Article 50 are still ringing in your ears (not to mention the baton being passed on to the next generation of elected democratic winners and new political politicians),...

20.6.18

Rotary Club Report Highlights Social Concerns

Recently, Rotary International, the global network of 1.2 million people, released its annual State of the Nation report based on the findings of 1,500 adults living in Great Britain and Ireland. The yearly...

29.5.18

Syria: How Could It Come to This?

When did the United Kingdom, the United States and France decide they had moral pre-eminence? Growing racial tensions from deep-rooted imperialism and a current political system which can often be deemed...

28.5.18

What Is the Future for Mobile Network Operators?

The telecommunications industry continues to resist structural change, but the reality is that if it doesn’t transform then technology will do this for it. We have seen the fixed telecom operators slowly...

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