The Top 10 Funniest Moments of Donald Trump’s Campaign, so far…

Donald Trump may be struggling in the polls, but his legacy is already more set in stone than Labour’s 2015 manifesto. He will be the man that gave America it’s most controversial, offensive, quotable presidential election of all time. If …

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Owen Smith

Labour in Hot Water

By Olivia Gass, Public Affairs Intern By all accounts the Conservative Party seems to have rallied post-Brexit, it is now the turn of Labour to face an existential crisis. The gist of it is that they are trying to oust …

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Rio through the eyes of Twitter

Where social leads, the mainstream media has followed in this year’s Olympics The morning after the Olympic bid was secured by Great Britain in 2005, the morning newspaper ’s headlines were adorned with just one word: “London”. This year, however, …

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Rio 2016: Five Brits to watch

Somehow it’s four years since London 2012 and with memories of ‘Super Saturday’ still fresh in the mind, national favourites such as Jessica Ennis-Hill, Greg Rutherford and the indomitable Mo Farah will once again grace the world’s biggest stage to …

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Should Women Boycott Twitter?

If we can’t rely on Twitter to protect us, is there an argument for removing our contribution? Leslie Jones, comedian and star of the latest Ghostbusters movie has become the latest in a long line of high profile women to …

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Instagram Stories

Instagram vs Snapchat: The Stories Debate

Another day, another social media update! On Tuesday, Instagram rolled out a new feature called Instagram Stories. This feature allows users to upload photos and videos that will disappear automatically after 24 hours. ‘Stories’ sits at the top of your …

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What is Going Wrong For Hillary?

Though in its early stages, this presidential election should’ve been a walk in the park for Hillary Clinton. She’s facing a Republican candidate that is deemed ridiculous at best and out right dangerous at worst by many Americans. Yet as …

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Can big name bosses make the Premier League great once again?

The phrase gets thrown around all the time; the Premier League is the best league in the world. There was certainly a time when this was undeniable – between 2004/05 and 2011/12, eight English sides reached the Champions League final …

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A Day with a Charity: Haematology Cancer Care

The Haematology Unit at UCLH is a world centre of excellence in the treatment and care of patients with Leukaemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma, Sickle Cell, Thalassaemia and all haematology diseases. Last week, I chose to spend my own staff Development Day …

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Dictionary, languages

Are languages old business?

By Ruby Muir ‘Why bother when everyone speaks English?’, ‘There are other things that are more worth my time’ are just a few of the many comments heard about learning languages in playgrounds, universities and workplaces today. Throughout the country …

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Dear Theresa, love from Tech

Dear Ms May, It’s us, the tech world. We know you’ve been busy recently, what with your whirlwind prime ministerial campaign and now moving in to your new home at number 10. We know against the current political backdrop, it’ll …

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Snapchat Memories

Snapchat: The App for Innovation in Social Media Marketing

  The world of social media is fast paced and ever-changing. You never know when the latest update, trend or social media fad is going to kick off. Case in point: you might remember last week we posted a blog: ‘Make …

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