Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

Euro 2020 is set to hit Glasgow next week with fans flocking to Hampden and official ‘fan zones’ to cheer on the national team in their first major tournament in 22 years. However, what would normally be a hugely celebrated occasion is now one of division and restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. The 12,000 spectators at Hampden have been allocated timed slots on when … Continue reading Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

Pressure Falls On North Lanarkshire Council As Waste Crisis Grows

Residents of North Lanarkshire have been left disgusted as fly tipping and littering has increased drastically in the local community. Many public parks, fields and woodland areas have seen an increase in people leaving their mess for others to dispose of. An abundance of smashed glass bottles, used coffee cups, plastic bottles and dog waste bags have been appearing scattered around parks and other commonly … Continue reading Pressure Falls On North Lanarkshire Council As Waste Crisis Grows

Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

Voting for the Scottish Parliament starts on Thursday the 6th of May and may just be one of the most important elections in recent history. With the fallout of Brexit and Covid-19 to handle as well as a crumbling economy the next party to govern over Scotland will have their work cut out for them. Here is the list of the main parties in Scotland … Continue reading Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

Student Neglect Leads to Student Suicides – The Decade Long University Crisis.

Over the last two decades there has been a looming university crisis with regards to student’s mental wellbeing. Sadly this has meant there is an increase in the amount of suicides in UK universities over the last twenty years. According to the Office for National Statistics the year of July 2017 saw 95 student suicides which equated to one suicide every four days. This was … Continue reading Student Neglect Leads to Student Suicides – The Decade Long University Crisis.

Ravenscraig Is Being Revamped But Is It In The Public’s Best Wishes?

The Ravenscraig Steelworks was built in 1957 by Colvilles LTD, in order to meet the demand for strip steel after the second world war. In order to make the material, iron was taken from blast furnace into steel furnaces, which would turn the iron into ingots to allow the metal to be moulded into strips. The plant first came under threat of closure in 1985 … Continue reading Ravenscraig Is Being Revamped But Is It In The Public’s Best Wishes?

Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen

The death of Sarah Everard has sent shockwaves around the UK. More and more women have came forward with their experiences of street harassment and their stories involving times where someone has made them feel unsafe while walking home. As these stories were being shared so was a new hashtag. #notallmen. As a statement the hashtag itself isn’t one to argue with as it is … Continue reading Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen