11.04.22 – Protesters in their thousands marched on Downing Street on Sunday in response to the government’s omission of transgender people from its proposed ban on conversion therapy. Last week, Continue Reading
The Biden Administration has blacklisted Israeli company NSO Group, responsible for the Pegasus spyware, from trading with US companies. The US government stated that the company acted “contrary to the Continue Reading
The Department for Education published figures showing a 23% increase in the number of families approved for adoption. Although children are waiting less time in care, Black children, children with additional needs and sibling groups wait the longest in care.
March 29th 2022 marks a year since thousands of red hearts started to appear on the 500-metre wall opposite the Houses of Parliament next to St Thomas’ hospital. Now a Continue Reading
If you’re a journalist who’s not on TikTok already, here’s the low-down: you’ll find stories that resonate with young social media addicts who can make your coverage go viral.
In November, Glasgow will host the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). Experts warn that the global summit could be the world’s last chance to stop a climate disaster. Continue Reading
Experts are concerned with the environmental impact of storing so much data on blockchains. Much like cryptocurrency, NFTs use huge amounts of energy to be “mined”. That energy cost increases as more are created. This is because to do this requires increasing amounts of computer processing power.