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Parklife is back with a gold lineup

Parklife is back with a gold lineup

Music
https://youtu.be/gf9rxTPtzsw Cardi B, Christine & The Queens, Migos, Solange and Khalid are among the huge list of names confirmed for the tenth edition of Manchester’s Parklife including the first festival performance from The Streets in over 8 years. Returning to Heaton Park on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June, Parklife is the UK’s largest Metropolitan festival and its milestone offering sees a discerning selection of acts set to perform across hip-hop, rap, r&b, pop, indie and electronic music. The 2019 bill also features Major Lazer Soundsystem, Stefflon Don, Disclosure and Mark Ronson, plus chart topper George Ezra and Stockport five-piece Blossoms. Loyle Carner joins an array of breakthrough artists such as Octavian, Slowthai, Yxng Bane and AJ Tracey, as well as eclecti
Cheater cheater essay writer

Cheater cheater essay writer

Education, Have you heard, Lifestyle, Technology, University
Essay writing agencies may seem like a beacon of hope in the darkness of deadlines, but are they really bringing you towards the light? After a BBC investigation revealed that there were many videos breaching the company’s rules, Youtube has begun removing ‘essay writing services’ videos — particularly ones that promise plagiarism-free essays. How are students finding and using these services, and what are the consequences they face when they are caught by their academic institutions? According to the BBC, Facebook and Google have been asked by a regulator to end their income from advertising these businesses. This is a rising problem, because not only are the videos offering writing services, but there are also other writing agencies who contact students personally or post on
Could Mark Zuckerberg face a coup at Facebook?

Could Mark Zuckerberg face a coup at Facebook?

Featured, Tech, Tech (news), Technology
  Facebook shareholders join call to boot Mark Zuckerberg out following the social media platform’s recent falsified video viewership figures scandal.   The pressure piles on to replace Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder, chief executive officer and chairman of the social media and networking service Facebook – with shareholders publicly making their displeasure know and looking to instate an independent chairman at Facebook with the aims of making the company more accountable for its actions.   The ongoing shareholder campaign to remove Zuckerberg recently received the backing of three state treasurers and a top New York official.   In September 2016 Facebook admitted to inflating viewing figures by including views lasting a few seconds. Facebook util

How much influence do food videos have on students?

Featured, Food
It is no secret that after a long day at university, students like to come home and browse through their social media sites; snapchatting friends, tagging people in the latest memes and liking pictures. What is better, is that food channels are becoming more and more popular- especially amongst students. Although they are not essentially new, as, food icons like Ina Garten and Gordon Ramsay have been around for decades. They are however aesthetically pleasing to watch but, the real question is: do students end up making what they watch? Browsing through Facebook, it can be guaranteed that friends have tagged each other in videos on “How to make cookie dough in a mug” or a seven-minute video on “What to do with leftover chicken”. You, yourself have been tagged in these videos and, ho
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