Category Archives: Reflection

Protest Damage

  Since finding myself in the middle of the first violent outburst of students protesters against increased tuition fees, similar outcomes have resulted from further demonstrations and I fear it’s dampening their pledge. I’m all for student rights, but the … 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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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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The Only Way IS Essex

ITV 2’s new reality TV show has come under some criticism by commentators for being “moronic” and full of “halfwits”. It was slated by the Metro’s Rachel Tarley for being “the result of a rather deeply regretful one-night stand between … Continue reading

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Underage, abused, and exposed

A SCHOOL caretaker is disputing allegations against him over the rape and molestation of girls under the age of ten. His responsibility as a parent and the process he went through in order to protect his son, according to his … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson: Boy or Man?

Yesterday we went to observe the London Mayor‘s Question Time. I have never been to anything like this before and so it was a new experience for me. I reckon Boris Johnson is one of the few politicians that almost … Continue reading

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University fees cap chances?

By tomorrow, Lord Browne will have made his final decision on the review of university fees. I look to my own experiences and knowledge to anaylse the implications of raising fees. As we wait for the final decision of Lord … Continue reading

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