Author Archives: Daisy Bambridge

About Daisy Bambridge

I am a student at Wesminster University studying a Masters in Broadcast Journalism. I recently graduated from Southampton University after studying Politics and International Relations. I have a strong interest in social issues such as crime,drugs, alcohol, eating disorders. I am also deeply fascinated by terrorism, after the disasters of 9/11, as can be seen in my unergraduate dissertation on anti-terror legislation and human rights.

The Pill: Promoting underage sex or preventing teen pregnancies?

There has always been a lot of controversy over the contraception and its availability to young girls. At the moment I am conducting research for a pitch for a feature as part of my course. At the time we were … Continue reading

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Building Plans for Shopping Centre Revealed

A multi-million pound plan to reposition The Friary Shopping Centre in Guildford was revealed on Tuesday.   Joint owners’, Westfield and Hermes Real Estate, plans include reconfiguring space to introduce five new large stores which will give the opportunity for multinational … Continue reading

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Love: Who Needs It?

Recently there has been a lot of talk about relationships and the dating game, not just in class but the BBC today had a feature on how the single life costs a lot more than if you’re in a couple … Continue reading

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Parents dispute over local school places

PARENTS may take their fight to the government after decisions to give children places at a local school to those further afield over those who live round the corner.               Far: Ripley almost 20 minutes from George … Continue reading

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A right to security

The has been a long laborious debate over protecting human rights and maintaining a certain level of security in our country. It’s  a matter of whether the authorities trust its citizens or whether its citizens trust the authorities to be … Continue reading

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Local Council to Change Elderly Care

Elderly residents’ services will be changing as a local Council is planning to combine or cut some services. The plans are thought to save money and follow public consultations. Caring Community: Council to integrate elderly services Guildford Borough Council already … Continue reading

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The Career Haze

Have you ever felt like your life was being dictated. Like you were being blindly led from one path to another until you were left at a cross roads to decide your own fate? For my entire school life I … Continue reading

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Lost Holidays

Why do ghosts and ghouls and fake blood define Halloween? I bet if I were to ask anyone why we celebrate Halloween, that few would really know the meaning and reason for Halloween.  Origins I, myself, wasnt entirely sure until … Continue reading

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New customer service centre for Guildford

A Surrey council has agreed the to consider a new customer service centre which will be quicker and more efficient. A decision made by Guildford Council’s Executive made sure that the new centre is looking likely by 2011. Set to … Continue reading

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Tackling discrimination

 So yesterday Kevin Coleman from Kick it Out came to talk to us in a kind of mock press conference. I had never heard of the campaign before but he explained how it trains football referees and clubs from the … Continue reading

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