The government has announced on 12 May that calorie labelling will be included in restaurants’ menus. But is this decision really going to improve the nation’s health?
The 2021 Brit awards sparked nostalgia, empowerment and showcased so many historic moments.
If you love noodles and Chinese street food or simply crave something different, Murger Han might be for you.
If you’ve ever been a confused immigrant not knowing where to stand in the shifting sands of modernity, you’ll relate to this piece. If you haven’t… well good for you and I’m jealous.
In a new Netflix documentary, Chris Smith explores the broken US college system which facilitated the fraudulent admissions of dozens of wealthy American students into universities.
With summer approaching soon, it’s important to get our wardrobes ready for the change in season. In preparation, we’ve curated a look book of summer wardrobe staples.
Piers Morgan leaves Good Morning Britain after a heated argument with co-presenter, Alex Beresford over Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey. But was it right for him to leave?
Riot Grrl began as a feminist movement in the early 90s. In a society where inequality still exists, it’s important to honour past movements and strive to embed them in our everyday lives to build a better world.
As the UK approaches one year since its first lockdown, due to the coronavirus pandemic, I reflect on what I’ve learnt this past year.
With the vaccine rollout in operation, many countries are now considering vaccine passports for those immunised from COVID-19. But this decision is controversial.
Taylor Swift recently announced on Good Morning America that the re-recording of her album, ‘Fearless’, is now complete and will include never heard before “songs from the vault”.
Discrimination is the unfair treatment of people within specific groups of society. It has been a long-standing issue that has continued to prevail, even in our progressive society. But it seems that being pretty earns you privileges that those who are discriminated against do not receive.