Category Archives: World Affairs

London’s Big Moment

Do you remember where you were on 6th July 2005? I do. I was in my office in Bristol and I remember being in the literature room listening to the radio as the host city for the 2012 Olympic and … Continue reading

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Thank You Mr. President

Last night US President Barack Obama became the first president to come out in support of equal marriage. Speaking to American news network ABC, Obama stated, “It is important for me to go ahead affirm that I think same-sex couples … Continue reading

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World AIDS Day 2011

World AIDS day is a day for us all to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS and raise awareness. There are currently more than 90,000 people living with HIV in the UK. The scary part of that statistic is that … Continue reading

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Buddy and Pedro

Photo: tato grasso Two male African penguins at Toronto Zoo, who appear to be in a relationship, are set to be split up because they belong to an endangered species. The plan is to separate the penguins and introduce them … Continue reading

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Halloween Light Show

As we enter the Halloween holiday period it is common for houses to be decorated with a few lights and maybe a pumpkin or two. In the US, they don’t do things by half. This has been taken to a … Continue reading

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London Vigil Against Hate Crime

The 3rd annual vigil against hate crime is due to take place this Friday October 28th. The London vigil is planned for Trafalgar Square at 7:30pm with a 2 minutes silence at 8:00pm. Details can be found on the facebook … Continue reading

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Occupy LSX – Statement

In follow up to my post yesterday regarding the Occupy LSX group I wanted to bring you this statement released by the protesters in response the decision to close St Paul’s Cathedral. Statement from OccupyLSX Posted on OccupyLSX.org October 21, … Continue reading

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