Day: September 16, 2014

Cost of living in Europe for £1,000

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Living in Europe has always been a tricky change in lifestyle and financial situations, with every country having their own economic development meaning it is possible to make your money go a lot further depending on where you stay. To gain a quick overview of ...

The economic consequences of a Yes vote

By Valentina Magri On Thursday a 307-year long union might come to an end. In just a matter of days we will know whether Scotland will become independent from the UK, with fierce arguments being fielded from both the Yes and No camps. The vote is currently on a knife-edge, although our poll found 68 per ...

child education in the third world

By Gregory Taylor It maybe not be something that is at the top of everyone’s lists at the moment, but an issue which I feel is important and possibly overlooked is that around 57 million children around the world are currently not getting any sort of education. This is shocking. ...

Woman with one arm wins beauty contest

By Steve Taggart Katie Cooper, 20, defied the odds to be crowned Miss Worcestershire despite her deformity and being a single mother to a disabled child. Katie, who works part-time at KFC, beat dozens of other hopefuls to be crowned Miss Dream Street Worcestershire at Worcester Rugby Club on February ...

Cilla

By Harry Bedford It’s undeniable that Cilla Black is a national treasure. If her music and television shows wasn’t your thing, you still can’t help but love the Liverpudlian redhead. She was not only a contemporary but a friend of The Beatles. They shared a manager, Brian Epstein, and a ...

16/09/14

By Charlotte Hope @charlottehope Katie Price names baby ‘Bunny’  Katie Price, at least initially, became famous for having massive boobs. Is that an incorrect analysis? Obviously she’s expanded her empire to reality TV, books, a song (did she release that song?) and probably fragrances. I haven’t looked properly. What do ...