The British electoral system explained

Tweet There are 650 constituencies (areas) in the United Kingdom and our political voting structure goes by the First Past The Post system. The candidate or party with the most votes in the country or neighbourhood wins. Sometimes a by-election is held when a minister representing a constituency dies or resigns- but until a new member of parliament is chosen, matters are dealt with by a neighbouring MP of the same party. There were five by-elections between 2017 and 2019, one of them being when labour candidate Ruth Jones replaced…

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Liam Gallagher Review: Rock N’ Roll Comes To London

Tweet Former Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher stopped by at London’s O2 Arena as part of his Why Me Why Not UK tour. Indie megastar, Miles Kane was the support act for this show. Miles and his band did a great job of getting the crowd warmed up and ready by performing a list of hits from his discography, such as: ‘Rearrange’, ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’ and ‘Can You See Me Now’. After Miles finished his set, a selection of sing-along classics filled the arena, as everyone was getting ready…

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‘We went to a Mexican restaurant and the meal sizes were three times the size of ones back home’: moving abroad to play sport at a young age

Simon Birgander and Mollie Taylor are basketball players who departed their respective home countries in search of new opportunities

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