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Dying Woman’s Nigerian Sister FINALLY Granted UK Visa For Stem Cell Transplant

A woman who needs a stem cell transplant will now be able to receive it from her Nigerian sister after the Home Office has reversed their decision on her visa application. 478 more words

UK News

How to choose suitable corner desk that maximize your productivity

Looking for the right corner desk for the small space can be a little bit daunting. That’s why it’s a good idea to understand what types of space saving corner tables are available to you as well as the benefits and drawbacks so you can choose the right one to your requirements. 610 more words

Home Office

People think the 'Refugee child' in the picture is an 'interpreter'

A picture of a suspected ‘refugee child’ has sparked a storm after people claimed it was an adult trying to pass off as one of the youngsters. 479 more words


S(h)ave the Children


This week’s furore over child refugees – some who looked more like adults than children – not only damages the future chances of genuine child refugees being welcomed by the British public; it also damages public trust in Westminster at a time when there is little trust left. 574 more words

Dominic Wightman

The Value of Every Life...

I was listening to the news this week and heard the story of a lady who is battling with an aggressive form of leukaemia. She is young – aged just 23, and is married with a young daughter. 428 more words

Dr. Seuss

Review of The Feedback Loop: Historians Talk about the Links between Research and Teaching edited by Antoinette M. Burton, et. al.

The Feedback Loop: Historians Talk about the Links between Research and Teaching. Antoinette M. Burton, et. al. eds. Washington, D.C: The American Historical Association, 2013. ISBN: 9780872292011… 28 more words

Why the Queue Etiquette is important to South Africans?

My parents told me of a time when Coolies and Kaffirs (insulting and contemptuous term used to describe Indians and Blacks similar to using the word Nigger) 168 more words