By April Norris
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have announced the birth of their second child Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
Lilibet was born at 11:40am on 4 June in Santa Barbara, California, weighing 7lbs 11oz. No pictures of the baby have been released as of yet. Continue reading Meghan Markle welcomes baby girl
By Ellie Nelson,
Keir Starmer has lost support of voters, shown in Labour’s poorresults last week, resulting in scrutiny from former members and a reshuffling of the shadow cabinet.
Continue reading Labour lacks support after election
By Thomas Marks
Since the easing of lockdown rules, people are now allowed to go to shops which were deemed unnecessary retail before, Thomas Marks talks about his first-hand experience in the changes in essential retail.
Continue reading Sigh of relief in essential retail
By Molly Rennie
Since some Covid-19 restrictions were lifted on April 12th many people in the hospitality sector faced going back to work, including me.
I work in a medium sized bar and restaurant, when restrictions lifted and we were able to serve people outside I was excited to get back to work. Continue reading From a Bartenders Perspective
By Molly Rennie
Prompted by the disappearance of 33-year-old Sarah Everard in London, women across the country are urging men to change the way they behave around women.
Claire Barnett, executive director of UN women UK, said: “This is a human rights crisis. It’s just not enough for us to keep saying ‘this is too difficult a problem for us to solve’ – it needs addressing now.” Continue reading Men must change behaviour, say women