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It’s time to accept that integration is a two way street

Emily Loud, from the Wonder Foundation, discusses integration in modern Britain  Immigration and the challenges of community integration scarcely leave the news these days, and everyone seems to have an opinion on how or why it should be achieved. Most recently it was Labour’s Chuka Umunna's turn to weigh in. ...

Brits Would Rather Live In the TARDIS than a Millionaire Manor

Whether it’s the manor in Charmed or Rachel and Monica’s apartment in Friends, television characters have a habit of living in impressive homes. And why shouldn’t they? Behind the scenes a lot of work goes in to making the sets as appealing as possible. Now a new study has charted ...

ANOTHER state sponsored attack – 500 million Yahoo users hacked

Another day, another hack into huge data banks. This time Yahoo has said that a “state-sponsored” group of hackers managed to steal information from around 500 million users. If this is found to be correct it would be the largest cyber-breach in history. The hackers were able to gather personal ...

Syrian aid convoys suspended by UN after fatal attack

The UN has decided to halt all aid convoys in Syria due to an airstrike that hit a group of vehicles attempting to give much needed supplies to people trapped in Aleppo. The attack, on Monday, has left the UN with no choice but to stop aid convoys incase of ...

5 Certainties General Election 2015

Five Paradoxical Lessons From David Cameron

By Titus Alexander As the party conference season starts and David Cameron fades from political memory it is time to draw lessons from his ten years at the top of the Conservative Party and his swift departure after the Brexit vote. His period in power restored Conservative confidence as a ...

The Shocking Cost of Fatherlessness in the UK

By Matt O’Connor, Founder, Fathers4Justice While the debate around the fatherless society is normally framed by emotional and legal arguments, few have considered the seismic impact this has on our economy. The devastating cancer of family breakdown and fatherlessness isn’t just laying waste to families, it also comes at a punitive ...

Review: Hell or High Water

Review by Ben Holliday/@bholliday Audiences have been forced to endure one of the worst summer blockbuster seasons in recent memory with 2016 but have no fear, Hell or High Water is here to wash the taste of bitter disappointment out of moviegoers mouths. Tossing the temptation of hyperbole aside, Hell ...

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