Single women celebrate freedom on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more targeted at married women and those in relationships but single women still celebrate the day, our special survey has revealed. We spoke to 15 women who were both single and in relationships, between the ages of 18 and 45 and found that women who are in a relationship or married expect…

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Egyptians in Britain express fears for homeland

“At the beginning of the revolution the main feeling that I felt was fear. I was scared for my family especially as all the mobile networks were down so the lack of communication increased my worry and fear.” Former 24 year old economics student Mohammad Badrawi currently lives in West London but spent most of…

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UNIYFPAD: Reflections on Freedom

The word “freedom” has great meaning to people of African Descent who have spent most of their lives fighting for this one word. In the Oxford dictionary the word means “the power or right to act, speak or think as one wants.” Another meaning is “the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved.” As an…

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Scrapping EMA will deter poorer school leavers from further education

Students living in low income households may be deterred from entering further education due to recent cuts within the sector. The government’s decision to scrap the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) which currently provides financial support for over 600,000 students each year, will have a major impact on school leavers from poorer backgrounds. School leavers living…

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