Why tourism is killing Barcelona

In a perfect world, tourism causes local businesses to thrive and prompts the local government to improve infrastructure, leading to an overall improvement in the quality of lives of the residents of a city. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case in Barcelona, where locals have begun to protest against mass tourism.  Reporter Kaan Ibrahim travels to Barcelona to experience their tourism crisis first hand … Continue reading Why tourism is killing Barcelona

The Coalition of Chaos

After losing their majority in parliament, the Conservatives decided to strike a deal with the notorious DUP in order to cling onto power. The future for Britain is uncertain and we will need to wait and see what happens as the dust of this shocking election result settles. Before the UK general election, I predicted that Labour might win a majority. It turns out that … Continue reading The Coalition of Chaos

Labour put in the hard work: and it paid off

A quick look at the UK general election and how support for the Labour party has skyrocketed against all odds, allowing them to close the gap and giving Jeremy Corbyn a realistic shot at becoming Prime Minister   When Theresa May called for a snap election on the 18th of April, the Conservatives were as much as 19 points ahead of the Labour party in some … Continue reading Labour put in the hard work: and it paid off