Feb 16, Your World

#SayHerName

Another case of Police brutality hit the news last week, however unlike the many stories of brutality against black men in America, this was an act of violence against a black British female. Sarah Reed suffered from Mental ill health after the death of her new born child in 2003. In 2012 she made her […]

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Feb 16, Your Move

Sug Sean interview

Inspiring you on your next move This month’s inspirational male entrepreneur: Sug Sean Q: How did you start? I injured my arm when I was 23 so I was off work for 6 months and so I decided to make an online thing. Like buying and selling- similar to Gumtree. It was targeted towards Caribbean […]

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Feb 16, Your World

Dependency or Self-sufficiency?

In 1970 the world’s richest countries agreed to give 0.7% of their GNI (Gross National Income) as aid to developing countries. Now 45 years on and trillions & trillions of dollars later my question is, where has all this money been spent when still more than 35% of people in Africa live on less than […]

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Feb 16, Your World

Should we leave the EU?

The biggest political event for the UK in 2016 has to be the EU referendum which is likely to take place during June/July. A YouGov poll in 2015 found the following results: But with so much debate surrounding this topic, we thought it would be a lot easier to simply lay out a pros and […]

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Feb 16, Your Move

Money principles for under 30’s

PRINCIPLE #1 – PAY OFF YOUR DEBT It cannot be emphasized enough: unless you are temporarily ill, you shouldn’t be accumulating debt. You should be paying it off and saving for your future. The successful know and practice this. PRINCIPLE #2 – START SAVING EARLY Start saving early. Investing £10,000 at age 27 will yield you much more in retirement […]

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Feb 16, Your World

Idris speaks up

Many people often claim that America is the land of opportunity in that there are so many open doors to develop one’s education, employment, and overall standard of living in comparison to other countries. Because of the amount of safety nets and structure Britain has in place, we are often viewed as a middling country […]

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Feb 16, Your Culture

Skin essentials

The winter season is the harshest on our skin so it is important that we take extra care and caution. Here are a few of my skin care tips which can be applied all year round: Dry Skin Shea butter  Shea butter has a number of uses, one being to treat dry skin. It’s properties […]

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Feb 16, Your Culture

Take the pain out of foundation shopping

A good base is the beginning of a flawless face and should in no circumstances be underestimated (sorry I got so serious, I care).  I have pulled together the top tips that will help you on along the difficult road of foundation shopping. It’s all about that base. If you want a face ‘beat to […]

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Feb 16, Your Culture

Dark Chocolate and Roasted Hazelnut Brownies

When it comes to baking, who can resist a warm, squishy chocolate brownie? Throw in some added surprises like crunchy hazelnuts, salted caramel sauce or even dried fruits into the mix and they’re a sure-fire winner for me. They don’t have to be drenched in calories either if you make some clever ingredient swaps and […]

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