There has been an interesting issue in the UK over the last month or so. The Bank of England admitted that the new £5 note contains animal fat. Well, vegetarians and vegans were up in arms over it all. Absolute outrage from some people – if absolute outrage is posting an angry tweet. I’m… Continue reading The new £5 note has animal fat in it – here’s what else isn’t vegetarian
One of the most promising cities in the country of Cyprus was Famagusta, the city offered a brilliant and bustling destination for tourists and residents alike. I recently had a trip to Cyprus and was fortunate enough to take a glimpse of the city that used to house over 60,000 happy Cypriots. It has been… Continue reading Famagusta: The lost city of Cyprus
City councillor have unanimously backed a live to stop retailers in Liverpool from selling The Sun. The newspaper has been widely boycotted in the city because of the lies that was printed in their paper following the Hillsborough disaster. A campaign put forward during meeting on Wednesday night condemned the paper for its blatant lies… Continue reading Councillors back move to ban The Sun being sold in Liverpool
A lot these days is done digitally; we can print bank statements by logging onto a computer, order shopping online and now even pop on a virtual reality headset to view “StockCity” where traders can buy and sell shares. Medical services in the UK, by comparison, have been lagging behind but it is now dawning… Continue reading Digital health in the future of the NHS
There are a growing number of people nowadays who want to get tattoos, a plethora of reasons are there but they mostly come down to self-expression. It’s 2016, people should be able to do what they like with their own bodies and their job shouldn’t restrict that. Self-expression can come in many forms, including piercings… Continue reading Tattoo taboo: Are professionals being suppressed?