• Eat Out to Lose Weight? The Mixed Messages And Other Issues Of The Government’s New Weight Loss Plan

    Since the government announced its weight loss plan, including the decision to display calories on restaurant menus, there have been a lot of differing opinions on whether this is a good idea, and whether it may cause more harm than good, especially for people suffering with eating disorders....
  • Innocence Starving

    There is a very stark and cruel truth within Britain, made worse by its brutal simplicity. Our children are starving. Further to this horrid fact is that those children are being sent to emergency departments and hospital wards as the malnourishment becomes life threatening, only made worse by the...
  • The Ultimate Guide To Face Masks And Coverings

    During the past few months of the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a new staple added to everyone’s daily attire: the face mask. With so many different types appearing, it can be hard to know which are the best in terms of efficacy and practicality. Hopefully, a little light...
  • Lockdown Should Not Be Eased Until We Have An Effective Track And Trace App

    On the 4th July, pubs, hotels and restaurants are expected to open in the hospitality sector, following Boris Johnson’s recent announcement of a lockdown easing. But is it really safe to reopen such a vast swathe of society when we’re only at the tail end of coronavirus deaths and...
  • Is Crime on the Rise as Lockdown Eases?

    As lockdown eases, police fear a spike in violent crimes across the country. In particular, gang rivalries are escalating now, causing the police to predict a huge wave in violence once lockdown is over. Police arrested 70 criminals on the 14th May, who had used the “UK’s road network...
  • The Irony of the British Anti-Lockdown Protests

    I recently wrote an article about the anti-lockdown protests currently taking place in America, in which calls for freedom and liberty have been commonly used. I also commented how many British people may see these protests as irrational and unreasonable, yet now it appears that some British individuals agree....
  • Living in Lockdown With Social Anxiety

    All of us will experience some anxiety in certain social situations, particularly highly pressured ones like job interviews. Social anxiety disorder is more than shyness, due to the excessive worrying and physical symptoms of anxiety involved, and is characterised by the NHS as an ‘intense fear that does not...