The Horn of Africa is facing the biggest drought its seen in years, with a current estimate of twelve million people in urgent need of aid. Yet the problems do not stop there. A recent report by the Amnesty International has stated that the number of children being exploited, injured, killed, kidnapped, being trained as soldiers and abused is dramatically increasing, especially in Somalia.
The number of war-wounded children was nearly 46% of reported injuries in the month of May alone, compa
The NoW scandal that has been happening all week has finally resulted in NoW closing and stopping production on Sunday 10th July.
168 years of history has come to a dramatic end but the potential fall out of the NoW acts and accusations of phone hacking will continue, and rightly so, until the responsible people are punished accordingly.
NoW has always been a popular Sunday newspaper, and has in the past been responsible for harnessing the power of the people to change laws, with Rebekah Brook
Earlier this week, a two week landmark High Court case was started between Jane and Julian Davis and Fenland Windfarms, EDF Energy PLC and Fenland Green Power regarding the level of noise that wind turbines make, and how much this has affected the lives of Jane and Julian Davis.
The Davis have started this legal process as they have moved out of their home into rented accommodation blaming wind turbines for this essential move as the noise was unbearable and made their life a nightmare, It