Category: Gov & Business

The UK will continue to endure hotter and wetter weathers as global warming accelerates

By Amara Iqbal   As climate change accelerates we have been faced with extreme weathers in the UK. This July saw the second hottest day in the UK

Cardi B to star in Bernie Sanders presidential campaign video

By Amara Iqbal Bernie Sanders has announced that he will be joining rapper Cardi B to film a 2020 presidential campaign video, appealing to young voters an

Greta Thunberg sets out ambitious vision on climate change in new track with The 1975

By Amara Iqbal Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old activist who has become one of the leading voices in the climate debate, has further called out the crisis in The 19

Trump widely condemned for telling congresswomen to “go back” to their countries

By Amara Iqbal US President Donald Trump used racist language in an attack on four Democratic congresswomen on Sunday. In a series of tweets, T

Pizza firm ‘sliced jobs to leave EU’

Brexit has been blamed by BOSSES at Britain’s largest food company because of hundreds of jobs are being threatened at a Midlands pizza

Boris Johnson on Standby as Senior UK Minister

Boris Johnson has taken over from Philip Hammond as the UK's senior minister, and will subsequently act as the country's standby whilst Prime Minister, Theresa May is hiking

Clinton V Trump

It’s Hilary Clinton verses Donald Trump in the race to get to the White House in the bid to become the next president of America. In the blue corner we have Hilary Clinto

Labour blasted for being Anti-Semitic

The Labour party has been accused of failing to support anti-semitism by two Jewish peers. This comes after Bradford MP Naz Shah was suspended for offensive remarks on Faceboo

Trump attacks Clinton for exploiting ‘Woman Card’

Not a day goes by where Donald Trump doesn't cause controversy, and today is no different. Speaking at the Trump Tower in New York, the presidential candidate witheringly arg

MP’s vote No to allow Child Refugee’s in UK

British MP's have voted against allowing an estimated 3,000 minor children into the UK from Europe, with 294 votes against 276. Last week, the government announced proposa