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Channel 4’s Big Boys is coming back, and it is better than ever

Channel 4’s Big Boys is coming back, and it is better than ever

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The series got renewed for a second season in August 2022 and is scheduled to premiere in 2023. The first broadcast was on 26 May this year and is available on All 4. Source: Channel 4 Jack Rooke gives an exclusive interview at Westminster World. He talks about the series Big Boys on Channel 4 and reveals what we should expect in the upcoming season two. Jack also spoke about Big Boys season two. During those episodes, we will watch more stories being developed regarding the other characters. In contrast, the main focus remains on the main ones. https://youtu.be/KHjiIhUzBAM Credit: Mellina Shahrom and Besmira Kruja Jack Rooke said: “I think it’s just going to be a bit more expansive. I want to sort of delve into some of the other characters' back stories and for it to feel
Late Jamal Edwards to be awarded MITS 2022 for outstanding contribution to UK’s music industry

Late Jamal Edwards to be awarded MITS 2022 for outstanding contribution to UK’s music industry

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Grammy-nominated Jorja Smith and 2022 Best New Artist Brit Award winner Little Simz will perform at tonight’s Music Industry Trusts (MITS) Award posthumously honouring Jamal Edwards MBE at The Grosvenor House Hotel. Credit: Flickr (CC) This year’s Music Industry Trusts (MITS) Award will honour late Jamal Edwards MBE’s (24 August 1990 - 20 February 2022) impact on culture in Britain and contribution to the music industry as a DJ, music entrepreneur and founder of the music platform SBTV. The channel has launched some of the careers of Britain’s most known artists such as Dave, Ed Sheeran, Stormzy and others.  Jamal will be the youngest recipient of the award, showcasing his 31 years of achievements and his indelible mark on the industry and the lives and careers of multiple a
Jimmy Carr’s Holocaust Joke Explained

Jimmy Carr’s Holocaust Joke Explained

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Jimmy Carr, a comedian often known for his outrageous comedy, has stirred up controversy following his recent Netflix special, His Dark Material. Roma Holocaust, History Today, 2010. Source: Galerie Bilderwelt What did he say? In a Netflix special that came out on Christmas Day 2021, Carr said: “When people talk about the Holocaust, they talk about the tragedy and horror of 6 million Jewish lives being lost to the Nazi war machine. But they never mention the thousands of Gypsies that were killed by the Nazis. No one ever wants to talk about that, because no one ever wants to talk about the positives.” Carr has defended his words by saying it's educational, and he is in fact poking fun at the fact that most people don’t know about GRT (Gypsy Roma Travellers), homosexual, d
Harry Styles shows gender free fashion on Vogue

Harry Styles shows gender free fashion on Vogue

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Harry Styles is the first male in 127 years to be on the cover of US Vogue. He also became the first to appear solo and he has done so wearing a stunning Gucci gown. Picture by Tyler Mitchell, December 2020 US Vogue cover. Courtesy of Condé Nast. After conservative commentator Candace Owens in the Us slammed Vogue and Styles for wearing a dress and skirts in the photoshoot, actress Olivia Wilde was one of the many voices together with Zach Braff and Elijah Wood jumping to defend his gender-blurring style. https://twitter.com/RealCandaceO/status/1327691891303976961 Retweeting images of the terrific shoot, Owens criticised the magazine, calling Styles’ look and outfit “an outright attack” and asked Vogue to “bring back manly men.” The former One Direction singer has r
Free School Meals: Necessity amidst Coronavirus?

Free School Meals: Necessity amidst Coronavirus?

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Marcus Rashford has persuaded the government to invest a large amount of money into the Free School Meals (FSM) scheme. Photo credited by Halima Ahcene Djaballah UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson called Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford to donate more than £400m for low-income families from early Christmas. So what is the FSM scheme exactly? FSM is a deal for children to receive free school meal vouchers for out of term time. This is thought to help financially deprived households through these challenging times. As well as free meals, the vouchers also consist of health start, education and holiday clubs. How will this affect hard-hit families due to Coronavirus? Omar Farooq (29), a teacher of a school in North West London, told Westminster World how he fe
How influencers make money on social media? || Explainer video

How influencers make money on social media? || Explainer video

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You probably already heard about influencers and them earning cash by being active on social media. You perhaps also follow at least one of them. But did you ever wonder how they do it? And if you can be one as well? Then let's look at our explainer video to find out more! https://youtu.be/Dn05IOFAziU
Londoners criticise Prince Andrew’s Newsnight interview

Londoners criticise Prince Andrew’s Newsnight interview

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Young Londoners have criticised the royal family, following allegations linking Prince Andrew on the sexual assault of Virginia Guiffre in 2001.  “We look up to the royal family, but now things happened, it raised our concern.” said Laura Matthews, 23.  The recent allegations certainly damaged the royal ́s reputation, as more doubts are being raised to what happens behind closed doors. “They (The Royal Family) should have a certain level of integrity, but with this, maybe they have lost it.” By Alice Khaan, 31. For young Londoners power dynamics are considered to be a major reason why, often male members of the establishment are convinced that they can abuse their position for sexual advances. “It’s just like power dynamics I guess.I think it’s just how the world works now, if you
Grammy nomination for BTS sets a precedent for the future of Korean pop culture

Grammy nomination for BTS sets a precedent for the future of Korean pop culture

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The music industry is gearing up for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, with the nominees having been officially announced just last week. There have been ecstatic responses from fans and supporters the world over, but the one nomination that seems to be fishing in more reactions than any other is that of Korean based pop-group, BTS. The first K-pop group to have received worldwide recognition and embark on an international tour, BTS have made history by bagging this Grammy nomination for the art and visuals of their famed album, ‘Love Yourself: Tear’. It is not only a massive breakthrough moment for the Bangtan septet, but for the Korean music scene as a whole. The album that was placed at No.1 on the 'Billboard 200' in May earlier this year, is nominated for best recording package - a
Patelification: an Anglo-Indian bias in the UK

Patelification: an Anglo-Indian bias in the UK

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British-Indian stand-up comedian Nish Kumar in conversation with Aamna Mohdin addresses unconscious biases that have potentially impacted his professional life. In an interview with famed comedian Nish Kumar published earlier today, The guardian shed light on issues of racial bias and ethnical stereotypes that exist among Anglo-Indians in the UK. Kumar took to twitter when a written piece by Keith Watson in Metro, detailing a travel show that he partook in, called him ‘Nish Patel’. He found it disconcerting as to how the error had occurred despite providing a press release about the show. Fucking hell lads. My name is Nish Kumar. pic.twitter.com/IUh0n9uMEk — Nish Kumar (@MrNishKumar) October 1, 2018 ‘In one case that’s somebody I’m paying – and they can’t be bothered to le
Death at Bring Me The Horizon concert points fingers at security arrangements

Death at Bring Me The Horizon concert points fingers at security arrangements

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The music venue denied that the incident was related to security measures in place A fan passed away at a Bring Me The Horizon concert on 30 November, 2018 at Alexandra Palace in London. Emergency services rushed to the north London venue to reports of a person not feeling well at around 10 pm but were unable to save the man. The deceased was identified as Ali Mills from Essex who died in a mosh pit at the event. A London Ambulance Services spokesperson said: "We sent an ambulance crew, a paramedic in a fast response car, an advanced paramedic and our hazardous area response team to the scene. Our first medic arrived in less than three minutes. Sadly the patient died at the scene." link The Sheffield based rock band released a statement shortly afterwards via a tweet saying: “