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Is everything you know from the internet?

Is everything you know from the internet?

Arts, Brexit, Entertainment, Featured
All I Know is What’s on the Internet exhibition at Photographers’ Gallery will be on until February 24th. The photography display’s title is a Donald Trump’s quote from 2016, during the presidential campaign. The body of work, made by a number of visual artists, deals with the always increasing presence of the internet in ordinary peoples’ daily life, investigating the role of photography in this relatively new and ever-changing environment. As opposed to a society in which photography used to have a central role in investigating the world and its people in a relatively straightforward way, “in a social media age, the challenge of making sense of a single photograph is being overwhelmed by the problem of processing millions of images at speed”. The show also brings up issues as the
EU-ston we’ve got a problem

EU-ston we’ve got a problem

Brexit, Featured, Investigations, UK
Norwegian, Hard or Soft Brexit: Where do we go now. With the prime minister unveiling a 585-page draft Brexit deal that was ‘dead-on-arrival’ it is unclear what will now happen with UK's exit from the European Union. The Voice of London has broken down what could happen, This is your definitive guide to the future of Brexit. NORWAY: The Nor-way would see the United Kingdom remain in the EFTA (European Free Trade Area) and the EEA (European Economic Area). The country would maintain access to the free market, allowing goods to flow freely as they currently do. However, to join the EEA, you have to be an EU member state or a member of the aforementioned EFTA. To satisfy these requisites the United Kingdom has to apply to the free trade area, and once accepted apply to join the e
The Great (Invisible) Divide

The Great (Invisible) Divide

Brexit, Europe, Finance, News, Politics, UK, World
Nigel Farage, the face of Euroscepticism, told Leading Britain’s Conversation (LBC) that the Irish border issue was “the greatest hoax in modern history”. This 499km ‘hoax’ has been a thorn in every Brexiteer’s side for almost 900 days now. But did anyone know about it when they voted? Do they know about it now? Voice of London took to the streets of London to ask people what they knew about the Irish border, and what they thought of Brexit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2we8REeR_tA&feature=youtu.be Brexit negotiations are at a ‘critical point’ according to Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of an EU summit in Brussels this week and together with the EU, the UK said that they would consider technological solutions to replace a border backstop.    https://twitte
Hungry Britain or nah?

Hungry Britain or nah?

Brexit, Featured, Food, Lifestyle
Is there a threat to the food supplies if UK crashes out of the EU without a deal? With only 128 days to go until Britain leaves the European Union, the proposed Brexit deal still hasn’t been approved. Moreover, after the resignation of Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey, the challenge of getting Parliament to accept the draft agreement has become even tighter. Which means that if a “no deal” Brexit becomes a reality, one of the critical issues would be the food supplies or more like the lack of them. This could impact not only our day-to-day lives but as the chairman of Public sector 100 - Andy Jones, told “The Observer”, about 40 per cent of food for hospital patients is imported from the EU, including chicken and salad. “It is not just of ca
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