According to a recent UEFA report, we are closing the gender gap in football. But, could it lead to having a female coaching men in the English top tier? The Voice of London Sports' Kick-off with Oliver Browning and Damian Burchardt looked at the reality of women in England, and tried to answer the million dollar question. Script and editing: Oliver Browning and Damian Burchardt | Production: Joshua Hornsey and Michael Ward
Patel began her parliamentary career in 2010, climbing the ladder and stepping into shoes emptied by the fallout from the expenses scandal. MP for Whitham, she made an impression with her charismatic persona in a few television appearances and was tipped as a rising star within Conservative party benches. Ideologically positioned on the right of her party line, the Brexiteer has caused quite the storm of controversy in Westminster and across the British media today. Secretary of State for International Development, Patel should be keeping Britain's interests close to her chest. However, it came to light earlier this week that Ms Patel had involved herself in meetings with Israeli government officials without consent from the Prime Minister during unauthorised trips to the Go...
With the new regulations being added to the Codes of Conduct, there's still a question on whether or not these protocols have been communicated correctly amongst staff and students. Reporter: Lateefa Farah | Sub-Editor: Toby Sinbad The Student Union Bar is a safe space where students come to feel free whilst enjoying a drink or two, accompanied by a pizza with some cheesy nachos on the side. But how safe does the SU Bar become if it hasn’t received any protocols from the Student Union headquarters, on what to do when someone files a complaint on being sexually harassed. On Friday, Universities UK, the umbrella for universities around the United Kingdom, modified the Codes of Conduct when dealing with sexual harassments cases on campus. The change was initiated after an alarm
Both a busy city schedule and the rising prices in London can be demotivating for Londoners. So there is no surprise why so many people cannot commit to keeping fit and healthy. Words: Gemma Smith, Subeditor: Shannon Cowley Most Londoners face a non-stop lifestyle topped with depressing weather and high-end city pressures to earn money. This can make keeping fit and healthy almost impossible for Londoners who are desperate to find a way out and make healthier choices. “I’ll do that tomorrow instead,” are words that young Londoners are guilty of saying. It's easy to opt for the grab-and-go food option when you only have a sharp 30-minute lunch break. Not only that but exercising in the evening can seem painful and tiring: a huge unwanted effort when caught up in a nine-to-five lifestyl