Coming To A Town Near You

As lockdown restrictions begin to get lifted, Paisley prepares for its much needed face lift. Shops, bars, and restaurants have been dropping like flies since last March, but a new beginning is on the horizon as a new plan for a cinema is launched.  Paisley Community Trust – a charity that is set on putting the community at the heart of regeneration – has recently … Continue reading Coming To A Town Near You

Youth Activism Is Still Not Taken Seriously By Older Generations

“People have the ability to make change and it’s worth trying.” When the climate strikes of 2018 took place, young people all over the world campaigned and protested for the older generation to do something about the world that was falling apart around them. The media attention was astounding, young people were gathering in mass in their cities and skipping school in order to make … Continue reading Youth Activism Is Still Not Taken Seriously By Older Generations

Please sir, may I have some food and shelter

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s not to take our basic needs for granted. When we’re cooking a meal we should be thankful that we can provide for ourselves; when running a bath we could be grateful for being clean; and when we settle down for the night we should remember that a further 4% of our population has become homeless since … Continue reading Please sir, may I have some food and shelter

Uprising In The Capitol

Yesterday, armed rioters stormed the US capitol after President Donald Trump encouraged his supporters to take matters into their own hands by marching down to the front doors of the Capitol building, where four people have been reported as dead. One woman was shot dead by police and three men have said to have died due to medical emergencies. Trump was quoted in sighting the … Continue reading Uprising In The Capitol