The Promise

The Promise

Whilst there is no shortage of celluloid documenting the human misery of the Holocaust, when it comes to the Armenian Genocide, which along with the Holocaust was the case study upon which the UN built the definition of genocide, there is a notable lack of material considering such a harrowing...

Read more
Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 91st Birthday

Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 91st Birthday

Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 91st birthday today (21st April). Her Majesty will celebrate the day privately. This afternoon, in honour of her Majesty, the King Troop Royal Horse Artillery fired 41 volleys in Hyde Park. A further 62 Volleys were also fired at the Tower of London. The Queen...

Read more
Plastic: Time to break the mould

Plastic: Time to break the mould

Plastic is the most widespread, man-made material on Earth and its pervasiveness has found it deeper than any human has ever been, at the very bottom of the world’s deepest oceans. With only five percent effectively recycled worldwide, plastic congregates on the beaches of uninhabited islands, amasses in global ocean...

Read more
Olympic Gold Medallist to visit St James Senior Girls’ School

Olympic Gold Medallist to visit St James Senior Girls’ School

As part of its annual Sports Week, St James Senior Girls’ School is looking forward to welcoming Olympic Gold medallist and Team GB Women’s hockey player Hollie Webb, next Friday April 28. Hollie shot to fame in last year’s Rio Olympics when she scored the winning “penalty shuffle” in the...

Read more
US begins installing controversial missile defence system

US begins installing controversial missile defence system

The US says it has begun deploying the first parts of a controversial missile defence system in South Korea.The Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system (Thaad) is designed to protect against threats from North Korea. The move to begin installing the system comes a day after the North launched four ballistic...

Read more