Breaking News | UK Parliament vote for war in Syria

By Emily Delcamp Breaking News… The UK parliament has voted for war in Syria   In a move that has eerie resemblance to Blair‘s illegal invasion against Iraq in 2003, the UK PM, David Cameron is on the war mongering rampage yet again. Despite being slapped down in parliament only last year, Cameron forced…


Amazon launch £35 Kindle fire 5 tablet at loss

By Mirena Uki It has been exactly 8 years to the month since Amazon launched it’s 1st Generation Kindle E-reader, so when they released their 5th generation Kindle fire range just in time for the winter sales they were never really going to shock the market with what has to…


Is Corbyn rooting for Galloway instead of Khan?

  By Shirin Farahmand   Which potential outcome of the mayoral election do we think would please Jeremy Corbyn most? A victory for the Respect party candidate, George Galloway, fellow anti-war champion and much loved public figure or a victory for fellow Labour Party candidate Sadiq Khan? Galloway’s rose to notoriety…


European recession set to be permanent

By Libby Quinn   The worst effects of the European recession risk becoming permanent, according to a leading think tank The IPPR‘s latest report pointed to the high level of unemployment, homelessness and underemployment across Europe and said the chances of these becoming entrenched is “deeply alarming”. It said there was…


The Sun newspaper banned from work places across London

By George Flannery You may remember in April this year an online petition calling on the Sun to sack Katie Hopkins as a columnist gathered more than 200,000 signatures in just a few days after she said gunships should be used to stop migrants crossing the Mediterranean and comparing refugees…


How to mine your own bitcoin

By Yasr Chamkanni   Bitcoins act like cash, but they are mined like gold. So how does someone get into the crypto currency rush before it’s too late and indeed will it ever be too late to profit from the rush? If properly done and willing to take the investment…


HMRC scam that is genuinely sent by the Government

By Juliet Robinson   How the government’s HMRC preys on the weak with false tax demands to feed the rich The International has received a record number of complaints regarding a HMRC scam that is actually comming directly from the government. This certainly got our attention. Under UK law all…



Pluto’s Ice Volcanoes

By Nigel Walker   New Horizons believes it has identified two ice volcanoes on Pluto. Images returned from the New Horizons probe, which flew past the distant dwarf planet in July, show mountains several km high and tens of km across, each with what appears to be a depression in the…


Broadway | Bruce Willis fails to impress in Misrey

By Katie Nkrumah Bruce Willis has failed to impress critics in the Broadway version of Stephen King’s hit thriller Misery. The Hollywood star’s performance had been described as “deadly dull” and an “appallingly ill-conceived Broadway debut” by critics. There have also been complaints that the 90-minute play lacked the tension…