Jane Egerton Idehen

My journey with social media platforms is one I have struggled for weeks to put down on paper. Since deciding to write a piece on social media use, I have interviewed colleagues, peers and friends on their take on social media platforms. I have received various views, some quite differentContinue Reading

France quarantine day of travel chaos as Britons race to beat 4am deadline

As tens of thousands of British holidaymakers raced to beat the quarantine deadline, a ferry captain planned a record-breaking Channel crossing and demand for private jets soared. At 10pm on Thursday, the transport secretary announced that travellers arriving from France, the Netherlands and Malta after 4am on Saturday would needContinue Reading

Northern lockdown to remain in place as cases fail to fall government announces

Peter Fonda’s widow sues health centre over his death The northern lockdown, which has prevented people from different households meeting in homes and gardens, is to remain in place following a government review. The coronavirus restrictions – first announced two weeks ago – will stay in force across Greater Manchester, areas of east Lancashire andContinue Reading

Kylie Jenner Emily Ratajkowski 11 MoreStars Rocking Shirts As DressesFor Summer

With summer in full swing, some of our favorite celebs have found the perfect option to wear – a shirt as a dress – and everyone from Kylie Jenner to Emily Ratajkowski has been rocking the trend. Not only are shirt dresses perfect for the hot weather, but they’re also super versatile, asContinue Reading

Young people’s mental health deteriorated the most during the pandemic study finds

Public health responses to the pandemic have focused on preventing the spread of the virus, limiting the number of deaths and easing the burden on healthcare systems. But there’s also potentially another, less visible epidemic we should be focusing on: mental illness. Our recent study found that people’s mental health worsened followingContinue Reading

Killing the chicken to scare the monkey’ what Jimmy Lai’s arrest means for Hong Kong’s independent media

The arrest this week of pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong reveals the repressive reality of the city’s new made-in-China national security law. It also sends a sharp signal to the remaining independent media in the territory: watch your step, or you could be next. Lai, his two sonsContinue Reading