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05/08/2014

By Charlotte Hope – Celebrity Writer Eva Mendes Pregnant with Ryan Gosling’s Baby Last Wednesday evening, for approximately half an hour, you might have noticed an unusual noise all around you. Every room you went into, this noise seemed to follow. Am I right? That’s because, people, US Weekly announced, completely unexpectedly, that Eva Mendes is carrying Ryan Gosling’s child. It hurts my poor little fingers to even type it. Not only is she pregnant, but she’s allegedly seven months...

Drawing Conclusions from Ofcom

By Stuart Buchanan, Junior Broadcast Executive at 4mediarelations Today (Wednesday 25th July 2014) Ofcom released the findings of their ‘News consumption in the UK report’, which highlights some key issues on the changing face of news access across Great Britain. Most importantly, across all age groups, ‘Internet/Apps’ have stretched just ahead of Radio and Newspapers (41 per cent, compared to 32 per cent in 2013), with only TV (75 per cent) outstripping online new sources, but even this is down from...

This Week’s Stocks and Shares Advice

Betfair looks to bolster the books with US investments whilst Belways have seemingly bucked the trend after a stagnant time on the Governments Homes to Buy scheme!  Last Week Review: Last weeks advice in relation to Synergy health was positive they were up 6.2 per cent on Thursday after a set of positive results. Currently I'm in America for three weeks so will be covering some goings on in the Nasdaq, and Dow Jones whilst keeping up to date of the...

Fracking is Here – Now We Must Control It!

By J T Coombes The Queens Speech on 4th June is the worst case scenario for the people of this country. Our Prime Minister has sided with big business, over the electorate, by allowing vast volumes of chemicals to be injected into the ground under our homes without our permission. With over 70% of people against this invasion, how could he simply change established trespass laws by driving a coach and horses through the democratic process? In his desperate attempt to...

Monday 26-05-2104

Quiet week on the FTSE with Severn Trent and AVEVA looking good investments Last Week's Roundup: Last week saw SSE announce their profits rose by 9.6 per cent, which was largely due to the price hikes discussed in last weeks article. The price rises were to cover outstanding costs and help preserve the longevity of SSE, but following this positive news about profits their share price declined on Wednesday. Investors will be concerned due to Ofcom tightening the regulations on...

The Horrors of Fracking (2) . . . Could it devastate our food supply?

Author J T Coombes   www.globalmagnacarta.com  @GMagnaCarta The Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) is to announce a new round of on-shore oil and gas exploration licensing with about two thirds of Britain potentially on offer to exploration companies. – Source Sunday Times 11/05/2014 Welcome to the National Parks    Britain's breathing spaces “There are 15 members of the National Parks family, beautiful areas of mountains, meadows, moorlands, woods and wetlands. They are areas of protected countryside that everyone can visit, and where people...

Speciesism

By Emma Silverthorn Speciesism is arguably one of the most pervasive ideologies of our time, so much so that its suppositions are widely considered as fact.  The term, coined by philosopher Peter Singer in the eighties, is in a nutshell a prejudice for ones own species against another species. It is from this viewpoint that human beings supposed rightful dominion and use of non-human animals is justified. These justifications are made on a number of grounds - religious ones, ideas related to...

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