Articles written by Denise Morgan

David Cameron’s U-Turn on Refugee Crisis

It appears the Prime Minister has been made to rethink Britain’s position on immigration and refugee aid following a public outcry to address the matter. The picture of the lifeless body of three ear old Alan Kurdi, who drowned at sea along with his brother and mother, broke the hearts of people all over the

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London Underground Strikes

London Underground Strikes

The Capital saw scenes of chaos this morning after commuters were left stranded when the entire underground came to a halt due to staff strike-action over pay and working conditions. Staff strikes began on Wednesday and are expected to end Friday morning. Underground staff are dissatisfied with new night-shift conditions which will come into force

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Calls for Primary School Fitness Tests

Health experts are campaigning for the introduction of fitness tests for primary school children after research shows worrying statistics on the amount of physical activity children have per week. Ticking Time bomb The group, ukactive, believe fitness should be as present as Maths and English in UK primary schools.   With research suggesting that only half

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What is the living wage

Living Wage still out of reach for many employees

According to an investigation conducted by the BBC, only 10 of the biggest 50 employers in Scotland are paying their staff the living wage. What is the Living Wage? It has been estimated that individuals require £7.85 per hour to be able to afford the basic cost of living in the UK. This is considerably

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Modern Children Lack Discipline Claims Ballerina Star

Do you think ‘modern children lack discipline’? The English National Ballet’s Principal dancer has caused quite a stir with her comments regarding today’s younger generation and their failure to go further in life. Hard work Speaking to the Radio Times, Tamara Rojo claims that modern society applauds quick results rather than concentrating on hard work

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