Fears of a coup have risen in Venezuela after The Supreme Court took legislative powers from the National Assembly. According to the BBC, the move taken by the Supreme Court effectively make the National Assembly, mostly run by President Maduro’s opponents, redundant in making laws. For Venezuelans, this move adds to the high tensions already […]
Following the tirggering of Article 50 by Prime Minister Theresa May, this past Wednesday, a lot can be expected to change in post-brexit Britain. From ties with our European neighbours potentially being cut, all the way to chocolate giants, Cadbury’s, annoucning their prices will be raised following Britain’s exit from the EU, changes will be […]
Southampton’s Feminist Society organised Hampshire Reclaim the Night to protest against sexual harassment
Bournemouth University’s student union organised a three day celebration full of activities and workshops for students and staff at the university. The celebrations took place on the same day that Theresa May handed in the letter that initiated the UK leaving the European Union. The event celebrated different countries across the globe with live music […]
Around 100 protesters marched through South London borough Southwark on Saturday March 25th to demonstrate against poor housing provision in the area. Representatives from over fifteen different housing organisations rallied against demolitions planned to two separate estates, for more affordable housing and for tenant’s rights. The march was organised after Southwark council tried to evict […]
on March 29th 2017 the BUDDY Orchestra performed a Spring Concert at Bournemouth University.
Wheelchairs will now be given priority over pushchairs on buses following a Supreme Court ruling