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Bingo Halls Are in Decline but Bingo Still Grows Strong – How and Why?

Bingo Halls Are in Decline but Bingo Still Grows Strong – How and Why?

Ryan Thompson September 12, 2016 1

Bingo is one of the oldest and most beloved games of all time. Since the early 1500s, Bingo has been spreading in popularity with the introduction of bingo halls in communities worldwide. Over the

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The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

Elena Rider September 9, 2016 0

So the latest bright idea from the remain camp is as follows: crowd fund £1000 to buy thousands of EU flags, distribute them to audiences at the Last Night of the Proms this Saturday

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Islamists are Not Oppressed

Islamists are Not Oppressed

David Browne September 9, 2016 0

In 2006, Christopher Hitchens warned against confusing the “gigantic power” of militant Islamism around the globe with “a cringing minority whose faith you might offend”. In a world where ISIS have since declared a

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YouTube is the latest platform to jump on the censorship bandwagon, this time by stealth

YouTube is the latest platform to jump on the censorship bandwagon, this time by stealth

Elena Rider September 2, 2016 0

It looks like YouTube, one of the last places where people with unpopular opinions can still count on uncensored speech will likely be going the way of Facebook and Twitter. Facebook is an entirely

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Burkinis: A Bridge Between The Dominant Culture And Muslim Communities

Burkinis: A Bridge Between The Dominant Culture And Muslim Communities

Ilma Amin August 30, 2016 0

France’s controversial burkini ban has made headlines constantly over the last week after police were seen forcing a woman remove her outfit. Authorities in this particular area decided to ban the burkini on secular

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The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

Elena Rider August 18, 2016 19

The recent furore over MP Philip Davies was caused by comments he made in the introduction of a speech that presented a wealth of evidence that the criminal justice system treats women more leniently

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The Great University Illusion

The Great University Illusion

Sophie Sandor August 14, 2016 2

The value of having a degree is shrinking as more and more people are graduating and the playing field is levelling. But this doesn’t mean it’s not worth having one. While you won’t stand

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Ocean’s 8: Less than the sum of its parts

Ocean’s 8: Less than the sum of its parts

Jonny Ko August 13, 2016 1

Following the fiasco of the Ghostbusters all-female reboot, one could have been forgiven for thinking Hollywood would never tread down this mistaken path again. Yet, here we are, faced with news of a reboot

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The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

Elena Rider August 12, 2016 0

Trying to decipher a report on workplace sexual harassment of women published this Monday by the TUC in conjunction with the Everyday Sexism Project may not be the most fun activity but it certainly

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Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Ilma Amin August 11, 2016 0

Of all the several aspects of everyday life the media presents, such as politics, economics, and entertainment, sports is undeniably one of the most popular. And for the remaining week and a half weeks,

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