Monthly Archives: September 2010

Strangers on a Train

  00.09. Waterloo Station. The last train home from London. The station: pretty empty; occupied by people going home after seeing friends; football fans; and late night businessmen from the city. We all want the same thing. To get home; … Continue reading

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Ed Miliband – "We were wrong about Iraq." Right or wrong?

New labour leader Ed Miliband announced that the conflict in Iraq had divided the country and that Tony Blair was “wrong” to go to war. Talking at the Labour party conference, Miliband says the government “undermined” the UN. In his … Continue reading

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Family before work

According to a survey 23% of women will chose to leave their careers in order to start a family. The sector skills council for creative media has revealed that women are aware of the sacrifices they have to make in … Continue reading

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"No more soap opera's", urges David Milliband

David Milliband is urging the Labour Party to end the leadership ‘soap opera’ as he declares pride in his brother’s success as party leader. Taking the stage at the Labour party conference, he told the audience to look back at … Continue reading

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Twenty plus one and almost done (from 27.09.10)

As freshers week hits yet another group of students I can’t help but look back on my life as a student. Although I’m still in education it’s that excitement of leaving home for the first time and the concept of what … Continue reading

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Love is Blind (From 26.09.10)

Why do people join online dating services? To find love obviously. Most people have lost a partner, have become too old to find someone in a bar etc or simply are not confident enough to go out and find someone … Continue reading

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The Age of Fashion (from 25.09.10)

Earlier this week, a spanish fashion designer used four older models in a show to display his new collection. An unusual and original idea to move fashion away from the stereotypical size zero younger model. The Metro stated that “if … Continue reading

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