Sainsbury’s/Asda Merger: Bad for Business

The Merger Sainsbury's/Asda earlier this year have proposed what many are calling it a 'Mega Merger'. This merger proposed, is the biggest the UK has...

A hopeful solution to plastic

Scientists have accidentally created an enzyme which is capable of breaking down plastic or more specifically the world’s most popular plastic, polyethylene terephthalate or...

The Plastic Plague – Are We Managing It?

The accumulation of plastic in the ocean has been at its highest rate in history, causing uproar in the global media. In this article,...

The Hidden Costs of HS2

HS2 Under Fire: HS2 has received its fair share of criticism since the opening stages of the route were finalised in the summer of 2017....

Storm Season Prepping for Britain 

There is a hurricane on the way coming from the remnants of two other hurricanes that are driving in from the Atlantic. Where are...

5 Great British Animals

When people think of Britain often the first things that come to mind are its tea drinking culture, great buildings and long history, but...

Liberation of the Eco-Car

The government's announcement of the future of the petrol and diesel car in Britain is a step towards a revolution. It will come about...

What can the UK learn from the ‘Venezuelan experiment’?

Venezuela isn't exactly news. Ever since 2012, hyperinflation has made the country a go-to for economic criticism. However, with riots escalating over the past...

Raheem Kassam v.s. Another Angry Voice

So it seems Labour have decided they are going to really kick up a stink over the fire at Grenfell Tower in West London....

Scientific ideas vs. Government policies

Scientists don't have the best of relationships with politicians and business people. They are indifferent to politics, which is way they are not seen actively...

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