My Opinion

London All Night Tube Service – Jubilation

London underground system ran its first twenty-four house service on the Victoria and Central lines, and it seems to go down with commuters well with those who use the service.  According to a media report, there is an […]

My Opinion

Teenager systematically Torture Girlfriend

A 16-year-old boy systematically tortured girlfriend in the most horrendous manner subjecting her to what is know has ‘waterboarding’ covering her face with a cloth and pouring water over her face and mouth. The victim was […]

My Opinion

Reviewer Back Internet Spying Power

Following a review of the Bulk interception powers legislation, by David Anderson, the government reviewer, he seems to agree that the security service should be allowed to collect the data from e-mails. He believes that […]

My Opinion

Police Officer Assaulting Police Officers – Really

An article appearing in the media stating that a London police officer has been, sentenced for assaulting police officers called to reports of domestic violence, I find quite hilarious. Well, I never, unbelievable this just demonstrates that […]

My Opinion

Racial Inequality Rooted in UK- So What’s New

Unfortunately, the black community does not need any watchdog to tell us what our community already know.  Minority groups have been coping with Britain institutional racism for decades. The Black communities recognise that in respect of […]

Politics

Owen Smith More Appealing to Voters

For weeks the Labour party that should be united and concentrate on being an active opposition to the Conservative party is locked in a leadership battle. It is divisive and takes the focus off more important […]