Another piece for the Daily Star Online. Enjoyed this one. Excerpt: “The average Brit spends of £451 a year on takeaway meals – and enjoys an average of 34 take-out … Continue Reading Britain’s most popular takeaway unveiled as we spend £451 a year on them
Some people turn to vegan diets for the health benefits, some do it to save the planet, and some do it to save animals. But for athlete Sabina Skala, it all started with a bet.
About a twelve-minute walk away from Westminster is the MI5 building. On an ordinary day, one would pass by it without giving much thought. But today was different. A few … Continue Reading Those who Dare to Hope
Many of these games have become part of pop culture without anyone realising. The industry has already begun to attract celebrities with deep pockets.
The Academy is in hot water once again. Not for it’s blatant racism in movies and sexism from it’s members. This time they’re trying to attract the attention of “masses” by adding a “popular film” category. Some filmmakers have already called it “the death of Cinema”. But is it really a conspiracy? Here’s why I think it’s a bad idea-
We MAY not be the worst, but we ARE worsening; and the world has noticed. Is India Really the most unsafe nation for women in the entire world??? According to … Continue Reading Really that bad???
Adults think we lack the commitment and concentration, but it’s actually a devious scheme. A recent study shows that “Gen Z” are abandoning Facebook and veering towards Snapchat and Instagram. … Continue Reading Goodbye Ole Facebook, you won’t be missed
It’s no secret. We love fictional vigilantes. Brave men and women who mete out justice when the system fails. Characters like Batman and Spiderman fight for truth and justice on … Continue Reading From Reel to Real: Vigilantism