Written by Robert MacFarlane US President Joe Biden announced this week that troops are to be withdrawn from Afghanistan beginning 1st May, saying in a speech outside the White House, “Its time to end the forever war”. The deadline to complete the withdrawal is 11th September this year, exactly 20 years since the terror attack… Read More US withdrawal from Afghanistan signals the war on terror has changed
Written by Freya Graham Every year, on 22nd of April, people around the world celebrate Earth Day. Its mission is to ‘diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide’. What is Earth Day, and why is it important? Earth Day started with an oil spill. In 1969, more than three million gallons of oil from… Read More Earth Day 2021: Why Is It Important?
Written by Georgie Koch Podcat Noun (informal) A person who is very fond of podcasts or who listens to podcasts on a regular basis. My name is Georgie and I am a ‘podcat’. The beyond cheesy term was coined by Michael Capson on the radio program Good Morning Dude, circa 2007 (which coincidentally is around the time… Read More Podcasts, Podcats and the Pandemic
Written by Courtney Davies Kris Jenner revealed that she “never paid a bill” while married to Robert Kardashian, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Her “turning point” was during a conversation with a friend that left her ‘embarrassed’. Kris told The Wall Street Journal: “One day, my friend Shelli Azoff said to me,… Read More Kris Jenner felt a ‘sense of accomplishment’ after figuring out how to pay her own bills