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Saturday January 21st, saw 2.9 million people – yes men and women – take to the streets to join the peaceful protest across the globe in support of women’s rights. Think hosting the march the day after Trump was inaugurated was a coincidence? Think again. The global marches aimed to unite people against Donald Trump’s presidency, highlighting […]
Mondays ain’t so bad when you realise how incredible the weekend was. On Saturday, a reported 50,000 people travelled to D.C. to showcase their support of women’s rights. But they weren’t alone. Across the world, hundreds of sister marches took place in cities all over the globe. Over a million people came together to raise a collective […]
With less than two months to go until Donald Trump enters the White House, fans having been busy imagining the conversations between President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. Well, we think they’re imagined… Biden: I'm gonna throw his wig into the fireplace.Obama: Joe, don't.Biden: One horcrux down, 6 to go. pic.twitter.com/Y0CBfXen5t — Lindsey […]
Tomorrow will draw a close to what seems like the longest elections ever. That’s right, after months of leaked emails, pantsuits and dodgy fake tans, one of the two blondes (that’s either Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton) will finally be named President of the United States. At least that’s the plan. Donald Trump said he […]
Three judges ruled on Thursday that Theresa May cannot invoke Article 50 – to start formal exit negotiations with the EU – without Parliament’s support. But what does that all mean? Source gives you the answers. Following the EU Referendum in July that saw 52% of Britain vote to leave the EU, there has been a […]