I’ve just come back from the most wonderful few days in Oslo, Norway. I didn’t know what to expect when I set off on that Ryanair flight on my own. I didn’t have much prior knowledge about Oslo, so I just thought it would be cold temperatures even though it was summer and lots of… Read More You need to go to Norway, and here is why!
So just when we thought the UK had its fair share of uncertainty after Brexit, there was a bigger wave on the horizon. There will be a General Election on June 8th. Theresa May claims she reluctantly came to the decision, but this is definitely something that she would not have proposed if she did… Read More With a General Election looming, What is the best way forward for Labour?
Student in London? No money? Worry no more! Here is a place to visit – everyday of the week that wont break your bank or take a hit at your student loans. Monday – Victoria Park Victoria Park which is located in the East of London is, in my opinion, one of the nicest places… Read More A week guide for students in London: 7 places all under £5!
Ida takes a sip of tea, “I feel lucky” she tells me, her face reliving the memories of her night in Paris. 19-year-old Ida Wehberg was in the French capital during the Islamic State attacks on Friday 13th November 2015. A concert hall, restaurants and even a stadium were targets for the attackers. A year and a half on,… Read More We Are Human: My Night in Paris
The weather in London today was beautiful. It felt like the first day of spring, and I could not wait to go into the city and explore with Ida. We literally got onto the Circle line, the doors closed and then we looked at each other. Where are we going? The trip was that spontaneous… Read More Harrods, Kensington Palace and Covent Garden, London.
Moving down to London for a university is somewhat strange coming from York. If you are from York you go to Newcastle or Sheffield, or just primarily stay in the northern parts of England when it comes to picking universities. However, somehow I ended up in London. A lot of my friends from back home… Read More Weekend away in Canterbury, Kent
Prime Minister Theresa May gave a speech earlier this month outlining her and the government’s plans for leaving the EU. She confirmed again she is planning to trigger Article 50 (which then starts the process of leaving the EU) by 31st March 2017. This process can take up to two years and suggests some uncertainty… Read More ‘A Global Britain’: Theresa May states her plans in Brexit speech