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Relax and revise

On April 7, 2016 By

Some short video clips to help with revision.

OK you might want to jot down a few notes to remind you, but hopefully these clips will help you […]

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The World Economic Forum has published the following:

In the coming year, we face a number of diverse and significant challenges: growing income inequality, heightened geostrategic tensions, […]

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Europe’s population dilemma

On August 25, 2015 By

Falling birth rates across Europe need serious consideration.

This unprecidented demographic change seems to be being ignored by political leaders across Europe.  With birth rates below replacement […]

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A Syrian refugee carries a baby over a broken border fence into Turkey earlier this month. Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP

War, violence and persecution left one in […]

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12 new data maps of London

On November 18, 2014 By

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New government examinations for new citizens were announced today.  They are based on knowledge of past historic events.

I am proud to be British – what does that […]

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The Brain Trade!

On December 27, 2012 By

The stats reveal just how many ‘brains’ are moving around the globe!  USA and Switzerland seem to be big winners, whilst India and Italy were ‘losing’ […]

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Latest census figures show the effect of globalisation in changing the demographics of Britain.

The figures reveal that Britain is now less white, less ‘British’ […]

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