Rachel Keane


Facebook changes its name to ‘Meta’

One of the biggest companies in the world has undergone a major rebrand. Facebook, which was founded in 2004, has changed its name to ‘Meta’ so as to better “encompass” what the company offers. The name change will not, however, affect individual platforms, such as Whatsapp, Instagram, or Facebook itself, but instead it is only…


Boris Johnson unmasked at COP26

Boris Johnson was seen unmasked during COP26 events this week. Despite representing the United Kingdom on the world stage, Boris Johnson was unable to commit to basic health measures whilst attending the global summit. Pictures of the prime minister sitting next to a masked David Attenborough have gone viral on the internet, leading many to…


Sleep Out at Carrow Road for The Benjamin Foundation Charity

The Benjamin Foundation Charity is running a Sleep Out Under the Stars this November to raise money and awareness for homelessness within our communities. Based in Norfolk and Suffolk, the Benjamin Foundation works to end youth homelessness by providing safe accommodation for vulnerable young people, alongside offering mental wellbeing support through counselling and job coaching….


The Green Party elects new leadership

Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsey have been elected as the new co-leaders of the Green Party of England and Wales. This comes as the party are polling at 9% in recent opinion polls, making them the third biggest UK party by voting intention. Previous co-leader, Siȃn Berry, recently stepped down after deciding her own beliefs…


Energy Companies Warn of Collapse

Disruption to gas supply due to skyrocketing prices and transportation issues has caused energy companies across the UK to go bust. Seven companies have collapsed thus far, two of the largest being Avro Energy and Green Supplier Limited who collectively served 835,000 customers. Ofgem, the energy regulator for Britain, has the job of assigning those…

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