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Social Media Surveillance & Personal Reputation

It is getting harder and harder these days to get away with doing stupid things. No longer can you end up thoroughly trollied on a Friday night and expect no one to remember your antics on Saturday morning. Social never …

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Tony Bellew – The in-demand heavyweight with only one feasible fight

After the events of March 4th at the O2 in London, Tony Bellew proudly declared that he was the most wanted heavyweight, aside from the belt-holding champions, Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker. Fast-forward nearly five months later, and …

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The Anti-Hammond Crusade Should Not Be Brushed Under The Carpet

By Hamish Campbell-Shore, Public Affairs Intern   According to the former deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine, Theresa May is running an ‘enfeebled’ government that lacks the authority to condemn and discipline those responsible for a series of leaks at cabinet …

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AFC Wimbledon: The Future of the Club

History AFC Wimbledon was formed in the 2002/03 season by Wimbledon FC fans. These supporters strongly opposed the decision of an independent commission, appointed by The Football Association, to allow the relocation of Wimbledon F.C. to Milton Keynes. This would have also meant a …

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OJ Simpson Hearing

The Hearing of the Century

Today, four members from the Nevada board of parole commissioners will meet in offices in Carson City to discuss the possibility of OJ Simpson, one of the most famous men behind bars, being released on parole. Simpson has served just …

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Me, Myselfie and I. A look at social media’s debut into the art world

Selfies, like Marmite, are something you either really love or totally detest. Either way, as Kim K has made quite clear, selfies are here to stay. You find these pictures everywhere on social media, from Instagram and Twitter, to Facebook. …

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Trump vs Mainstream Media: an ongoing crusade

By Emily Granger, Public Affairs Intern Throughout his campaign and first six months of his administration, President Donald Trump has fought a war with the mainstream press such as CNN, The New York Times and many other outlets. He has called them biased, …

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Disruptor Apps

3 Disruptor Apps to watch in 2017

For our iPhone obsessed generation, there is an app for everything. Although great success can be found in creating an app which fills a gap in the market, a new breed have cropped up, looking to disrupt the market and take …

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#HouseofWonder: Our five favourite innovators

It’s hard to imagine a world without Uber, Airbnb or Deliveroo, and yet surprisingly, not one of these global pioneers existed eight years ago. In fact, in less than ten years, consumer awareness has grown at such an incredible pace …

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Has the 2017 Tour to New Zealand saved the Lions?

Following 720 minutes of explosive rugby, the British & Irish Lions 2017 Tour to New Zealand is soon to close, with one last match to play tomorrow, Saturday 8th July. For the past six weeks the Lions have been scouring …

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Snap Map: Friend or Foe?

The new Snap Map has been the centre of much discussion recently. Yes, it is quite cool, as Snapchat’s promotions of it demonstrate, to be able to find friends and sift through the evening’s social offerings. Where to go? A …

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The Charities Inspiring Positive Change

At PHA we champion positive change. From working with universities, to mentoring students, to raising awareness of charities and organisations who educate and fund aspiring teenagers; at PHA we are always looking for new and exciting ways to support our younger …

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