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Tough night predicted for Labour as counting begins in local elections

Labour is predicted to lose ground on the Conservatives in its biggest test of electoral confidence since Jeremy Corbyn became leader last September.

Early forecasts suggest that Labour could lose as many as 150 seats in local elections with the Conservatives, Lib Dems and UKIP making at least marginal gains. 427 more words


Homeward Bound

Leaving was not what any of us wanted to be doing on that Wednesday. The primary was over and we had a lot to think about if we were going to make a difference in the UK. 1,348 more words


Internationally renowned musician helps Sheffield Citadel Band celebrate 135 years in the city

This year The Salvation Army’s Sheffield Citadel Band is celebrating 135 years in the city and is holding a number of events to mark the occasion including a festival performance led by internationally renowned American musician William Himes on Saturday 14th May 2016. 199 more words

Sheffield Citadel Band

How do UK politics work?

At first glance, politics just seems a bit all over the place. It feels like it would take too much time to get to grips with, which is why I’ve put together this handy, quick, and very basic guide to British politics. 455 more words

3. Homesick

Writing this in experience, Homesick is one of those things where you either have it or you don’t. It isn’t a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of love and something you should cherish. 185 more words

Cross-cultural voting behaviour

I really like voting. I don’t know why, but this formal act as a citizen makes me feel proud of being part of the community and that “I have something to say”. 639 more words