By Phoenix Cronin  A man using an angle grinder on a bike lock  | Source: Phoenix Cronin  Earlier this year my bike was taken from Broadway Market. It was locked to a bike-rail just outside the ‘Dove’ pub, and I learnt the hard way, that bike theft in Broadway market was a common occurrence. The seemingly relaxed […]

As a young person and student myself, I have flirted with the idea of dropping out. Ultimately, I decided not to, but before you accuse me of hypocrisy and empty threats – hear me out. Young people today no longer deem university necessary, and this isn’t without reason. Student debt in the UK is currently […]

I was born and raised on the Canary Islands. This makes me biased when I say that these islands in the middle of nowhere are the actual paradise on earth. What I do know as an objective fact, however, is that a considerable number of British people think the same way as I do. There […]

Stamford Bridge North Stand – Chelsea Football Club have received approval by the Mayor of London for to build a new £500m, 60,000 seat stadium. Earlier this January Hammersmith and Fulham council approved plans to demolish the current 41,600 seat stadium at Stamford Bridge. Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has final say on major […]

T2: Trainspotting Review ★★★ Two decades later and the iconic group of backwards degenerates regroup for the sequel of the great British cult: Trainspotting. Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) reappears in Edinburgh to rekindle with those he abandoned some twenty years ago but only gets so far with Begbie (Robert Carlyle), the crazed impulsive psychotic, hearing […]

The financial crisis of 2008 left Europe’s middle-class in chaos. As a direct consequence, far-right social movements and political parties started to appear in most European countries. Trying to take advantage of disillusioned workers, these movements have been spreading nationalist and xenophobic sentiments across the Western world with their populist rhetoric. France, Austria, Greece, the […]

The Refectory at City University of London.                         Rating: 3/5                                 Arriving on a hectic Tuesday lunch hour, the first sights and smells would do much to incite any […]