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Wednesday, 23 September 2020 14:50

A Link To The Past – A Brief History About Cufflinks

Written by Jason Disley

We sometimes forget the impressive history behind some elements of fashion and style. From the earliest evidence of woven fabrics, bone embroidery needles and shell jewellery, to the overhaul of manufacturing methods in the Industrial Age. Embellishments have evolved, and some styles have fared better than others, and have proven to remain for centuries.

Wednesday, 23 September 2020 14:13

Bayern Munich: Why It’s Too Soon to Talk of a Football Power Shift

Written by Chris Baxter

There have been lots of nice things written about Bayern Munich over the last few months, and rightly so. From the moment the 2019/20 Bundesliga season resumed in mid-May to the Champions League Final in late-August, the Bavarians smashed through their opponents like a wrecking ball.

Sunday, 20 September 2020 16:48

50 Most Shocking Moments in World Cup History

Written by Video of The Week

Are you a huge soccer/football/futbol fan? Check out these 50 most shocking and crazy moments from World Cup history. What do you think is most shocking?

Sunday, 20 September 2020 16:13

Hate Crimes and the Risk of Becoming an Orwellian State.

Written by Staff Reporter

Is there a line between Freedom of Speech and Hate Speech? This article will summarise the case R v Rogers (2007) UKHL which was an Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). 

Sunday, 20 September 2020 15:39

A Short Biog of Shirley Bassey

Written by Cameron K

 Shirley Veronica Bassey was born in 1937, in Tiger Bay, Cardiff. Her father was a Nigerian seaman and her mother came from Yorkshire. Tiger Bay was a tough neighbourhood and Shirley was the youngest of seven children. At age two her mother was left a single parent.

Sunday, 20 September 2020 14:41

Where does James Anderson rank among the greats?

Written by JR Hartley

If you were asked to predict James Anderson’s 600th wicket, you would have probably said it would involve an outside edge to the slip cordon, after the batsman failed to negotiate an outswinger that the 38-year-old is so famous for. The man born in Burnley has made a living out of that delivery, which is very much his stock-in-trade, and it didn’t let him down against Pakistan on a blustery afternoon in Southampton when he achieved the milestone.

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