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Does the squatting law ‘loophole’ need closing?

In the past two months there has been a surge in reports of people squatting commercial properties, accompanied by calls from MPs to close this ‘loophole’ in the legislation. The migration has been caused by a change in the law making it illegal to squat in unoccupied residential properties. But is this migration really a … Continue reading

FRONT PAGE: Lib Dems slam council savings

Got my first ever font page today in the Newbury & Thatcham Midweek. Check the link below to see my handy work: FRONT PAGE: Lib Dems slam council savings

Olympic Torch Relay: “I was overcome with emotion” (Reading Chronicle 12/07/12)

One of two double-page spreads I helped create for this edition of the Reading Chronicle. As well as being involved in the writing of the article, some of the photographs they’ve used were taken by me.

Olympic Torch Relay: Running with mum (Reading Chronicle 12/07/12)

Meals switch debate (Reading Chronicle 12/07/12)

KONY 2012: Campaign for justice or backdoor evangelism?

The non-profit organization Invisible Children have released a sequel to their short film KONY 2012, marking a new phase in their campaign against the Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. Kony Part II: Beyond Famous attempts to address criticisms leveled at the original film. It was alleged that the documentary was too American-centric, and that it oversimplified … Continue reading

Manchester chapel offers same-sex civil partnerships

Liberal religious congregations across the country are being encouraged to conduct the services A Manchester chapel has been awarded a licence to perform same-sex civil partnerships, making it the first in the country to offer them. Cross Street Chapel took advantage of a new law passed last December, which allowed civil partnerships to take place … Continue reading

Manchester reaches University Challenge final

Charities slate ‘misleading’ UN report on Manchester gangs

The United Nations’ report is “stupid” and “way out of date” according to Manchester drug abuse charity Parts of Manchester are controlled by drug gangs and have become “no-go areas” for the city’s police, according to a United Nation’s report published last week. The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), which monitors the “implementation of the … Continue reading