For the first time in LSE’s 126 year history, cleaners went on a 2-day strike for equal benefits as in-house staff. […]
Numbers of EU students applying for the UK universities have decreased by 7% to reach 42,070 students for 2017 cycle.
LATEST UPDATE: “Customers are advised that stations will be incredibly busy” From tomorrow onwards, there will be several reductions on Southern Rail […]
The International Cheer Union has received provisional recognition from the International Olympic Committee. The ICU will receive $25,000 to fund […]
The Home Office is considering a plan nearly to halve international student visas. The impact has already been seen, leading […]
Outside the British Supreme Court last week, the atmosphere was tense, as pro-Brexit campaigners stood metres away from an anti-Brexit protest. […]
There is a thin line between clubbing and drugs in the streets of London.
To the delight of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and many environmental activists, the Army Corps of Engineers will not […]
Labour are fighting to win back City Hall in May’s Mayoral elections. Westminster World took to the streets of Harrow, […]
The National Front’s rise in the polls in recent years is due to the public’s ignorance of the EU system, […]