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Is your online past coming back to haunt you?

Is your online past coming back to haunt you?

This week has seen MP for Sheffield Hallam, Jared O’Mara, suspended for comments made over decade ago. This raises the question whether the development of social media has led to the online past being an ever-present feature of the public’s…
Bournemouth’s Unsolved Murders

Bournemouth’s Unsolved Murders

Bournemouth is perceived as the safe town on the coast of England. The place where families holiday for fun or where students travel for an escape to start their degree. However, the list of Bournemouth’s unsolved murder cases are questionable.…
Spanish officials want to strip Catalonia of its freedom

Spanish officials want to strip Catalonia of its freedom

Catalonia’s fight to become an independent country from Spain has resulted in the Spanish government threatening to invoke Article 155. Article 155 gives the Spanish government the power to have direct rule over Catalonia. The Spanish government gave Carles Puigdemont,…
Case Closed: Crimewatch and audience participation

Case Closed: Crimewatch and audience participation

33 years after it first aired, Crimewatch, one of the BBC’s longest running shows, has been axed. Hundreds of cases have been solved as a result of the show’s information appeals and reconstructions over its run. However, viewing figures have…

Mogadishu Truck Bombing: What You Need to Know.

Last Saturday, a truck bombing took place in Mogadishu, Somalia that killed at least 300 people and injured hundreds more. The truck bombing took place in the centre of Mogadishu and is being blamed on the militant group Al-Shabaab, who…