As the pandemic continues, Britain moves into a cashless society, is this a good thing?
Yesterday was International Men’s Day. There were no corporations springing to advertise how they were working to help men, or how they were seeking to address men’s issues. Google didn’t even change its homepage. And celebrities? Those little glory hunting idiots? They were by and large silent. Loose Women did a Loose Men programme which... Continue Reading →
3.8 billion people have a bank account world wide. Banking both in physical and online formats has made life easier for many from the use of direct debits and standing orders, to being able to use a bank account to take a salary. As such, you would think that banks would welcome any and all... Continue Reading →
Greta Thunberg started a whole new round of climate change protests, and Extinction Rebellion have continued from where she left off. With climate change topping the list of worries for many young people, it is important to know whether your higher education institute is taking the issue seriously. One of the main ways to check... Continue Reading →
The government is under pressure after Sage documents suggest they aren't following the science anymore.