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Yule never find my presents

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_Lifestyle I tend to buy people alcohol for xmas, so I tend to "hide" the presents down my throat from the 1st of December onwards, then wrap up one of my rubbish presents from last year, and give it as a replacement for the lost bottle ...

Horrible Bosses 2 – Review

By Stephen Mayne @finalreel  As anyone with even a passing knowledge of science knows, you have to test a theory to prove it stands up.Horrible Bosses 2 does just that, stepping determinedly forward to add further weight to the already overwhelming body of evidence suggesting sequels yield diminishing returns. Sean ...

Who runs the world?…Women

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_lifestyle Women have helped sculpt the modern world for centuries, and now research can reveal the top 40 women who have made a huge impact on this little planet we live on. Marie Curie, Florence Nightingale and Margaret Thatcher have been named as the top three women who changed the world ...

The Anti-Homosexuality Act returns to Uganda

By Callum Hunter of Write it Quick  Homosexuality is inconsistent with African values - it threatens children, endangers society and destroys the family. This is what we were told back in 2009 by the MP David Bahati – the author of the Anti-Homosexuality Act. It’s what we continue to be told by many ...

How can the UK solve economic inequality?

By Valentina Magri Inequality has been one of the most heated topics of economic debate in 2014 after the great success of Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”. The book was awarded the 2014 Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year prize on 11 November 2014. Mr ...

What’s new and happening in Lisbon this season

WHAT’S NEW AND HAPPENING IN LISBON THIS SEASON  Quirky tours, trendy restaurants and colourful exhibitions land in the Portuguese capital By Neil Kook       Lisbon, Libson, Lisbon. Despite being one of Europe’s most ancient and historic capitals, Lisbon is constantly evolving to meet the demands of the modern ...

Hold Your Own

Jack Peat reviews Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest  Poetry is a multi-faceted literary tool that releases the human in us. It pulls at our heart strings, exposes our insecurities and showcases our inner self in the rawest way possible. I've watched some remarkable biographical films, read some wonderful autobiographies, memoirs ...

Reinventing Charlie Simpson

Jack Peat reviews the refined and polished Charlie Simpson at the Roundhouse.  Charlie Simpson is a physical embodiment of the journey all young musicians embark on, yet his tremendous success has resulted in his particular journey being very much in the public eye. There are very few teenage bands that ...

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