Death, taxes and a Conservative in the Bournemouth West seat. A lot can change in 67 years, but since the constituency was created in 1950 the Tories have dominated the vote in BH9 and the surrounding areas. As the 2017 general election looms ever closer, it seems inevitable that Conor Burns will again claim a […]
A multimedia journalism project exploring Britain’s Housing Crisis and the lives of those struggling due to unaffordable housing.
Simple questions, simple answers. FAQ’s regarding Syrian conflict, Refugees and Asylum in the UK. Q: Why did the conflict in Syria began? A: Rebel fighters have been fighting for 5 years to depose the 44 year long dictator state of Bashar al-Assad, who was accused of chemical warfare against his own people by the U.N. […]
This is a map displaying the journey that many refugees undertook when fleeing persecution from IS. The almost 3000 mile journey has been under taken by many, with refugees also coming via other routes e.g. through Italy via Greece and Sicily. Read more: Refugee crisis in Bournemouth and beyond. Frequently Asked Questions: Refugees and Asylum […]
The Dorset Race Equality Council confirmed that although there was an immediate increase in reported hate crime following the Brexit vote, this had not been sustained. As a whole, the Dorset area voted leave by 16% on June 23rd, and whilst the result of the vote to leave the European Union may not be […]
A year and a half on the from the outbreak of the refugee crisis, Brexit has seized the driving seat for debate in parliament. However, are Bournemouth Council doing enough on a smaller scale? Twenty Thousand The British Government in 2014 announced that it would help to resettle 20,000 families. Bournemouth council have agree to welcome 11, […]
An Online Survey shows statistics on the opinion of Bournemouth public about the issue of homelessness.