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How America & Europe keep the Third World in Poverty for Profit

How America & Europe keep the Third World in Poverty for Profit

Trevon Muhammad February 6, 2016 3

It’s a well-known fact that Africa and countries such as Haiti and Nepal are extremely poor. We’ve all seem the tear-jerking adverts, with the sick and malnourished children. Such viewing may cause many to wonder why

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Why now is the perfect time to chase your dreams

Why now is the perfect time to chase your dreams

Trevon Muhammad January 5, 2016 8

What’s the last thing you saw on the news? Chances are it had something to do with the “tipsy turvey” UK economy. Millions of people are either unemployed or underemployed; working part time because

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Child Discipline : A Lost Art?

Child Discipline : A Lost Art?

Trevon Muhammad December 6, 2015 1

The sight of Small children throwing tantrums in supermarkets, forcing themselves to the floor and demanding trinkets from their shamed parents has become quite common in today’s society. In response, many will offer a

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A Culture of Waste

A Culture of Waste

Trevon Muhammad September 15, 2015 0

As the contrast between people with plenty and those in poverty continues to grow, new research has revealed that as much as 50% of all food produced across the world is wasted. With food

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Advice to a Daughter

Advice to a Daughter

Trevon Muhammad August 21, 2015 0

At a packed public screening held at the Custard Factory media and arts centre, members of the Birmingham community were introduced to Craig Pinkley’s latest film, “Advice to a Daughter”, on Friday 15th March.

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Britain’s Alcohol Problem

Britain’s Alcohol Problem

Trevon Muhammad August 18, 2015 0

Almost half of all British adults can be considered “Binge drinkers” according to new research from the University College of London (UCL). The findings of the study have further increased pressure on alcohol producers

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Why Selling Out Is The New Keeping It Real

Why Selling Out Is The New Keeping It Real

Trevon Muhammad August 9, 2015 8

When you think of the term “sell-out” – what comes to mind? Rappers making Pop songs? Politicians changing laws to suit their friends in big business perhaps or maybe even your favourite footballer leaving

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Benefit Claimants : Scroungers or Economic scapegoats?

Benefit Claimants : Scroungers or Economic scapegoats?

Trevon Muhammad July 17, 2015 2

Bums, thieves, cheats, scroungers. Read enough stories about jobless parents of nine living in giant council houses complete with luxury parrots or single mothers with enough welfare money to buy their children twenty Christmas

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How to Choose a Job Vacancy – The Right Way

How to Choose a Job Vacancy – The Right Way

admin July 10, 2015 0

By Ammiel Branch This blog post has come into existence out of frustration and in response to the state of mind I’ve witnessed amongst two university students I consider to be my good friends.

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Racism in Football : A Reflection Of Society

Racism in Football : A Reflection Of Society

Trevon Muhammad July 1, 2015 0

The Last year and a half have seen racism come to the forefront of many a football discussion, but where has it come from? Back in the 70’s and 80’s, racism was as common

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