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The first social media election

The first social media election

Monday 13 April 2015Student Journalists

As elders like to frequently remind us, young people are always plugged in. Whether it is checking your group Whatsapp every few minutes to see if anything new has happened or making sure your instagram followers saw your last meal, it can be tiresome. However, the 2015 election has seen a surge in political activity taking place on our favorite feeds, reports NUS Journalist Emma Jacobs.

As elders like to frequently remind us, young people are always plugged in. Whether it is checking...

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How big news is crippling people's ability to work

How big news is crippling people's ability to work

Wednesday 25 March 2015Student Journalists

I think it’s safe to say that it has been a pretty big week for news, acknowledges NUS Journalist James McCrory. So much has gone on, what with Jeremy Clarkson getting sacked from the BBC for punching his producer. Imagine that, a man being sacked for assaulting a co-worker! Also anarchy has ensued as the unthinkable happened when Zayn Malik quit One Direction… It’s all too much!

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Refusing people treatment will seclude and isolate

Refusing people treatment will seclude and isolate

Wednesday 18 March 2015Student Journalists

David Cameron recently announced that he wants to take Employment Support Allowance (ESA) benefits away from people suffering from obesity and alcohol or drug related problems, if they refuse to have treatment. He noted that he wanted to incentivise people to get treatment and lead a fulfilling life through work, explores NUS Journalist James McCrory.

David Cameron recently announced that he wants to take Employment Support Allowance (ESA) benefits...

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