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Getting our flag off a weetbix box

I cannot believe that I am thinking about voting to keep our current flag. It is a flag that I have loathed for probably 30 years. 879 more words

Parliament

SIDE FX. Some guidelines to a career in TV production.

So you are going into, or are already in, the business of making TV.  Basically, in drug terms, you just swallowed the whole bottle.  This then, is the neatly folded, small-print ribbon of paper that dropped out when you opened your TV medication.  1,582 more words

Funny

ONS data shows that daily internet usage has doubled in the past decade

The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown that in 2015, the proportion of adults in Great Britain that use the internet on a daily basis has more than doubled compared to 2006. 295 more words

Online Voting

Local Democracy Maker Day - Friday 11th September 2015

Local Democracy Maker Day
Friday 11th September 2015
The Studio, Riverside West, Leeds LS1 4AW

About us

We believe in bringing together people who have an interest in local democracy – and who are up for the challenge of making it work better for all of us. 372 more words

Local Democracy

Our partner Generation Europa wins the European Youth Award for outstanding youth work


Generation Europa is a dear partner of our network, specialized in intercultural education and communication and active in promoting the vision of the Global Citizen. This notion of the Global Citizen implies removing any obstacles in the way of the free exchange between people of different cultures. 446 more words

Global Citizen

Rant and Rave

The Rant: My exhausted avatars.

It started, brilliantly and simply, with media engaging and including us.  I was excited.  We got to vote for our favourite idols, ‘like’ the most appealing videos on YouTube and Facebook, and feel immersively included in the media cosmos.  543 more words

Brett Lotriet Best

The 2015 Election: Illustrating the need for a digital age of politics

By Nick Kajkowski.

The general election has now been and gone marking the end of a turbulent five years of history. For many people it has resembled a continuing saga of recession, gloomy and apprehensive, of tightened belt-buckles and bare pockets. 836 more words

Online Voting