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Is Red Bull Replacing Gasly Too Harsh And Too Soon?

So, there has been a major development in Red Bull and Toro Rosso’s team line up. We have all heard the gossip flying around, we have also seen Gasly’s poor performance for the last 12 races of the F1 season, but we didn’t think that Red Bull would replace Gasly so soon. Well maybe it was […]

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Sport

Pierre Gasly: Why Choosing A Young Driver Isn’t Always A Safe Gamble

When Red Bull signed Max Verstappen in 2016 it was a revolutionary move, the success of this gamble pushed the rest of the teams into betting on younger drivers to bring home the trophies. This season we have the youngest line up yet, new drivers such as Lando Norris and Alex Albon have joined Mclaren […]

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Sport

German GP: This Is What Formula 1 Is About!

I watched my first F1 race in 2016, it was the Monaco GP. It was a beautiful sunny day in England but not so much in Monaco. I only watched it because I recognised the track from a film and was intrigued to watch a full race, after that I was obsessed. I found out after, […]

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Lifestyle

Small Things You Can Do to Help The Environment

I have been very conscious of the fact I and my family have a large carbon footprint for a while now, when I was in school we were given a short quiz by WWF that told us our impact on the world, and to say mine was good would be an insult. My footprint was 117%! […]

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News

Louis Theroux: The Night In Question

“I get woken up by her slapping me, and she said that we shouldn’t have had sex and her friends shouldn’t find out’, these are the opening words to Louis Theroux’s new documentary, The Night in Question. It’s a compelling opening and one that hits right at the heart of the subject. The documentary focuses […]

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Film Lifestyle

Should I Stay, or Should I Eggo

I am very aware of how late I am to this party. It started at 10 and I didn’t rock up until 3, and still sober at that. Despite this, I’ve still had a whale of a time! Last week I decided to take the gigantuous step of getting my own Netflix. I know! It […]

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News

No Deal Brexit?

Today was a landmark day in British Politics, it’s been said it’s the most important parliamentary vote in a generation. And one, nobody wanted. Nearly 3 years ago, Britain answered one simple question. Remain or leave the European Union, it was a question that had been debated about in workplaces and at dinner parties, a […]

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A President’s Address

At 9pm ET President Trump made his first public address from the Oval Office, focusing on the border wall, and the security of the US–Mexico border. Trump is so focused on scoring political points, that he is washing over a legitimate problem by not giving up on a wall that no one wants. Entire families […]

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A Government in Shutdown and a President at Fault

America has been in the midst of yet another government shutdown under Tumps reign and it is quickly becoming one of the longest shutdowns in U.S. history. The government went into shutdown affecting some 800,000 federal workers after Congress refused to pass a bill, giving billions to fund Trump’s famous wall. This, of course, was […]

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The Clinton Affair

A new six-part documentary recently hit our small screens. Since it has been 20 years since the world couldn’t stop talking about “that dress”, Blair Foster decided to direct a documentary focusing on the events leading up to the impeachment of Bill Clinton in 1999. So, of course, its focus was on the affair between […]