All posts tagged economy

Is it time we re-evaluated the way we tackle drug-use in the music scene?

The bank holiday weekend saw the likes of Love Saves the Day in Bristol, Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Swansea, and All Points East in London amongst many of the […]

The Issue of ‘Fast Fashion’

Increasingly, people appear to be striving to live a more ethical existence. The #PassOnPlastic movement has swept the nation, and the growing awareness of the realities behind the meat and […]

The Future of Business Is You – An Interview With McDonald’s Senior Staff Manager Christopher King

I think the one thing that terrifies us more than anything, as the end of Uni approaches, is the prospect of facing the real world without much of a clue […]

Is the Government Responsible for our Individual Happiness? [1/2]

In the wake of recent national and international turmoil, and most recently the Grenfell tower block fire in London, the masses are looking towards the government more than ever for […]

Busting Election Myths

Myth 1: People like Labour’s Policies Okay, this isn’t a myth, but the idea extrapolated from it is. There’s been a fair amount of attention on both social media and […]

Plastic Warfare: Plastic is not that Fantastic

As important as our food is to our society and lives, the sustainability of the ways in which we package food are way more. When we dive into our packets […]

The Real Consequences Of Italy’s Referendum : Another Fallen Domino?

Matteo Renzi, Italian PM, has resigned after a heavy defeat in a referendum on the Italian Constitution. Renzi’s attempts to reform the deadlocked political system, investing more power in the […]

Is demonetising in India going to control corruption?

On 8th November 2016, the Indian government demonetised high denomination 500/- (rupee) and 1000/- notes which were no longer to be used as legal tender and instead introduced a new […]

Arabia’s Big Gamble

Back in 2014, the prices of oil began tumbling as all major oil producing countries began pumping out crude oil in excess of what anyone required. Prices unexpectedly dropped from […]