News & Views

17 October 2018

What does your favourite dog breed say about you?

We’re a nation of animal lovers, with 24% of the UK having voted dogs as our most loved furry pals. We embrace our animals as part of our families; dogs ...
12 October 2018

ONE.org say: Poverty is Sexist

Have you ever asked a child, whether they’re your own, a relatives, or a friends, what they want to be when they grow up? If not, then you were definitely ...

12 October 2018

Giulia's unmissable events this October 2018

Well here we are, it is officially October. It’s time to dust off those coats from the depths of your wardrobe and gorge yourself on pumpkin spice lattes. Whilst I ...

9 October 2018

Could this be the app that gets you a job in 24 hours?

In the current climate, young people are struggling more than ever to secure jobs - either full time or part time between studies. With casual jobs becoming more and more ...
5 October 2018

5 ways to cure your hangover this London Cocktail Week

Had your fill of London Cocktail Week and wondering how to get over that dreaded hangover? We’ve got five hangover busting tips to keep you feeling fresh no matter how ...

24 September 2018

Why men must contribute to the gender equality conversation, by Nick Haines

Gender equality is a topic that we hear about daily and yet things aren’t shifting fast enough. While it seems we are moving forward in some ways - Women speaking ...

24 September 2018

Should we be concerned about the digitisation of our social lives?

Is this another wayward-young think piece? Think pieces on the wayward young are perennial. So much so, in fact, that opening an opinion piece on the wayward young by acknowledging ...
20 September 2018

Some of the most memorable disappearing acts of our generation

With the release of A Simple Favour, which follows Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) as she tries to work out what really happened to her missing best friend Emily (Blake Lively), we ...

19 September 2018

IVF: The couple's issue - what you need to know

Infertility is becoming a topic increasingly spoken about, but usually from a female perspective. Many women put off having children for personal reasons until later in life (from a body ...

18 September 2018

Worrying numbers of UK managers feel their gender/age has diminished colleagues’ confidence in them

New research  amongst UK managers reveals attitudes towards training and confidence in the workplace. Worryingly, women were five times more likely to feel that their gender hinders confidence in them, ...
17 September 2018

Weaker sex? When women beat men in sport

Weaker gender in the sport world? It is history now, as we can find females among the very best there is across different sports and activities. Women have debunked the ...
14 September 2018

The to-don't list matrix

Some days, if not every day, number one on your To Do List should be "Don't Do a To-Do List." If you have a vendetta against someone, of course, you ...
11 September 2018

Average cost of a funeral in the UK rises 4% on 2017

If you ask a large group of people to raise their hands if they’ve thought about the cost of their death, then you’re not very likely to see many in ...

7 September 2018

6 top tips from social media expert Doone Roisin on creating the perfect Instagram account

Want to know how to create the best Instagram account and stand out among the 95 million posts uploaded every day? Doone Roisin (30.6k followers), social media expert and owner of Sweet ...

5 September 2018

Emily Abbott's 7 top tips on saving the bees

It has been said that humanity would survive for about only 4 years should bees disappear from the face of the Earth. And disappearing they are... Meet the woman on ...

29 August 2018

Giulia reflects on the Great British Summer of 2018 [EXCLUSIVE]

We are fast approaching September, and with that comes gradual realisation that Autumn will soon be upon us. I’m going to give a quick rundown of all the excitement we’ve ...

24 August 2018

Confessions of a shopaholic: 5 tips to stop OTT spending

We’ve all been there, standing in front of an item that you just can’t live without but knowing you probably shouldn’t spend the money on it. Or we’re shopping for ...
24 August 2018

Keeping it in the family? Brits would sell a family heirloom for just £400, reveals survey

We Brits are fairly sentimental as a nation; we adore our pets, we're nostalgic about past sporting glories, and we endlessly search for pictures of kittens on the internet. But ...
23 August 2018

4 things we can learn about female empowerment from Ruby Rose

A-list actress Ruby Rose has deleted her Twitter profile amid backlash over her casting as the first on screen lesbian Batwoman in an upcoming series on The CW. Rose shot ...
10 August 2018

5 tips to save our ocean, one plastic straw at a time!

There are plenty of reasons we should be fighting to save our ocean, and in a political climate where it seems little is done to ensure that life under the ...

2 August 2018

9 unpopular opinions from Twitter that will have you shouting from the rooftops!

Everybody has an opinion on something that most people would disagree with. Most of us probably keep it to ourselves for fear of being challenged over it. But some people ...

6 July 2018

Giulia on how the World Cup has brought the nation together [EXCLUSIVE]

At the moment it’s easy to feel as though the world is slowly disintegrating. The steady proliferation of the Alt. Right into our media and society, and the steady normalisation ...
5 June 2017

M And S Announces Major New Community Transformation Programme

Marks & Spencer have announced a major community transformation programme as part of Plan A 2025 – its new plan to support 1,000 communities, help 10 million people live happier, ...
7 April 2017

Baby Elephants Abused In Zoo

A new PETA video shows what has been happening to baby elephants at a zoo in Germany. Employees can be seen using whips, bull hooks and an item that looks ...