25th July 2016NEWSBy Jacky Murphy
Another Shooting in Florida has been reported in the City Of Fort Myers According to police. The took place at 00:30 (04:30 GMT) and 2 people have said to be killed and 17 injured. BBC reports: Two people have been killed and up to 16 more injured in a shooting at a nightclub in the Florida city of Fort Myers, police say.The attack happened around 00:30 (04:30 GMT) on Monday at Club Blu, which was reportedly hosting a party for teenagers. Three people have been arrested. A police statement said injuries "ranged from minor to life-threatening" and that a number of people were in hospital. Local broadcaster WINK says that witnesses at the scene described the club as a "mad house". Syreeta Gary, whose daughter was at the club, told the local Fox 4 news channel: "I just thank God that my daughter is OK because she could have been shot," adding that, at one point, her daughter was "dodging bullets and running dropping between cars". "It's ridiculous that these kids have to go through this, they can't enjoy themselves because you have other people there who have criminalistic minds - they just want to terrorise things. I'm just glad she's OK." Shots were also fired at a home and a vehicle, where one person suffered a minor injury. Officers are trying to determine the motive of the shooting.
16th June 2016NEWSBy Paul Roughsedge
Labour MP Jo Cox has died from her injuries after being shot 3 times and stabbed in a horrific attack that left her bleeding on the pavement. The attack happened this afternoon with eyewitnesses claiming a man in a baseball cap shot her three times with what seems to be a "homemade gun". The Guardian reports: Armed officers responded to the attack near a library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, on Thursday afternoon. A 52-year-old man was arrested in the area, police confirmed. The suspect was named locally as Tommy Mair. Police added that Cox, the MP for Batley and Spen, had suffered serious injuries and was pronounced dead at 1.48pm on Thursday by a doctor with paramedics at the scene. Police also confirmed a man in his late 40s to early 50s nearby suffered slight injuries in the incident. They are also investigating reports that the suspect shouted “Britain first”, a possible reference to the far-right political party of that name, as he launched the attack. Police are understood to be talking to at least one witness who claimed to have heard the attacker shout the words, and the motivation for the incident will form part of their inquiry. The chief constable of West Yorkshire police, Dee Collins, said there was a large, ongoing police investigation, with heightened visibility patrols in the area. She added that weapons had been retrieved from the scene, including a firearm. There was police activity in the hours after the attack at a semi-detached house on the Fieldhead estate in Birstall. Thomas Mair, 52, is the registered occupier of the address, according to the electoral roll. Police have not officially confirmed the suspect’s identity.
20th July 2016FEATURESBy Missy Mensah
He is the leader of the Labour Party , currently in opposition to Theresa May’s Conservatives yet Jeremy Corbyn fiercest adversaries are within his own party. Spearheaded by Dame Margaret Hodge. She of little faith who brought forth the first vote of “no confidence” and set the wrecking ball in motion. Most probably with the MP Hilary Benn who was subsequently sacked by the leader as it was no secret that he, Hilary, had had his eye firmly set on leadership of the party. The dismissal of Hilary was indeed genius as Mr Corbyn would have known that no matter how many knives flew around his back and chest from his own party members, none would be so successful as Hilary’s perfectly aimed and executed shot would have been. Ms Hodge DBE - now an honorary member of the British Empire, cites the main reason for the Coup as being that Mr Corbyn did not convince enough of the British people to vote Remain in the recent EU referendum therefore since Labour’s main stance was Remain, he should go. Interestingly it is true that Mr Corbyn showed a lack of enthusiasm around the Remain vote but to hold him somehow responsible for many of the 17.5 million Leave votes is perhaps, a step too far. Coupled together with the fact that her constituents in Barking and Dagenham pretty much all voted Leave, which surely was a direct reflection of her own lacklustre efforts. His leadership has been challenged first by MP Angela Eagle – who as a Labour member, voted for the war in Iraq, supports Trident missile programmes, supports austerity and abstained from challenging welfare cuts. Ms Eagle has stepped down this week to make a clear way for the Second challenger, Owen Smith – who has been an MP for the past two years. A onetime producer at the BBC and a former lobbyist for the pharmacutical industry, in other words pushing to plug their drugs further afield. However politically with nothing to show, just a promise of socialistic dynamic policies and leadership yet to be revealed, though sounding much like an empty file. Now it is just Jeremy versus Owen in the Labour leadership race. This week has also seen UK parliament vote in favour of the Trident nuclear armament programme. The motion resulted in 472 to 117. This majority of 355 has secured renewal of the missiles for the next generation. Many of Labour voted in line with most of the Tories and together they stated, these weapons act as a deterrent whilst the minority argued that the weapons have not managed to deter the likes of ISIS and moreover the bill for renewal currently upward of 40bn would be better spent elsewhere on presently ailing services for the British public. At the same meeting Theresa May was asked; if during a war could she ever launch the said missiles that would inevitably kill thousands of civilians including many children? without hesitation she replied “yes”. Mr Corbyn when asked the same question was consistent with his stance on their use, replied “no”. Very different leaders with defining opposed policies on defence. Mr Corbyn has in the past been accused of being a terrorist sympathiser yet he was lambasted for criticising British business links to Saudi Arabia. Coincidently, in this busy week we have also seen the release of the 28 papers which after 13 years have been de-classified following the tragic events of 9/11 and the enquiry commissioned by some of the victim’s families which (please make up your own minds) may show the Saudis to be implicated in those horrifying events. Therefore we can be sure Mr Corbyn will have raised more than an eyebrow in light of the UAE’s current 25 billion redevelopment investment in the city of Manchester. As well as the funds stretching to other councils around the British isles. Deals signed and sealed up to the year 2020 whilst currently various NHS hospitals are out in the UAE (in their words) touting for business in the region of millions, under the Conservatives and incidentally none of this fits with the EU exclusivity we were led to believe and supposed to hold so dear. Whatever you may have thought of Jeremy Corbyn, one thing is for sure; the man is not for turning and he is still standing. The question is; Can he continue to give all his opponents his non nuclear blast of Corbynism and make it past the finishing line to parliamentary electability and beyond?
22nd June 2016FEATURESBy Jack Murphy
22nd February 2016ENTERTAINMENTBy Sam Meaghan
The South- London quintet, formally known as The Bulletproof Bomb, are comprised of Joel Douglas on Lead Vocals & Guitar, Thomas Butler on Bass, Robbie Cottom on Keyboard & Vocals, Mike Hendry on Guitar, and last but certainly not least, George Thompson on Drums. Amidst the release of their latest track, ‘Little Miss London’, and a change in name, Bulletproof have embarked on a 10-date tour. Halfway through the tour Bulletproof stopped off for a gig in Portsmouth, for the first time nonetheless. With a rapturous sound, Little Miss London, appears to be another fan favourite to add to their set list. Though most of their songs are often 3 minutes of high tempo guitars and a barrage of drums, Little Miss London is more of a downbeat, ska driven tale of boredom in a suburban club, as Joel, the lead singer, says, “It’s about a nightclub in Sutton. We went there one night and it was terrible so I wrote a song about it.” Little Miss London first appeared on Youtube when the band played it for the first time live at Reading and Leeds on the BBC Introducing stage. Guitarist, Mike Hendry admits that, “When we first started playing it, I used to make up what the solo was and change it each time.” Singer Joel interjected with, “Don’t you still do that?” Jokingly Mike replied, “No not anymore”. So far on the tour the band had covered the north in towns such as Sheffield and Leeds, which were both sold out, Barnsley and Stoke. The Portsmouth gig was taking place in the rustic venue of The Loft, which is situated just on top of the pub, The Kings Arms. Though they had played many stops that are usually considered staples for a band of their size; Sugarmill in Stoke, which is always a favourite of the band’s to play, and Oporto in Leeds, they probably wouldn’t have played a venue with a décor that their nan’s would be proud of. Their newest single Little Miss London was received quite well. But it was interesting to find out that they all preferred playing different songs live. “Five Green Bottles is always good” said Robbie, to which the band agreed. There is also a new song to be released soon, “We’ve got this track called Limbo, I like playing that one.” Joel said. “I like playing Siege it’s always a bit fun” said Thomas, but George agreed with Joel, “I’m with Joel, Limbo’s a bit more groovy.” In the least diva way, the band’s rider consisted of Chilli Heatwave Dorito’s (the best ones) and a crate of beers (requesting anything but Carlsberg). A part from that though, the only common occurrence with regards to a “tour ritual” as such was that, Mike was often late. Keyboard player, Robbie Cottom, said: “Mike being late would be one of them… He did once miss a flight”.
8th January 2016ENTERTAINMENTBy Sam Meaghan
I was elated to hear the news that a band I have followed solidly for two years had signed to a major label such as Universal. I remember the first time I heard Fickle Friends, it was in May of 2014. I was nearing the end of my first year at university and was revising, but at the time I was procrastinating and decided to see what new hot topics I could find. It wasn’t intentional; I was actually listening to a band from my hometown of Liverpool, Lives. But the next track that played was ‘Swim’ by Fickle Friends. Ever since that moment I was hooked onto their groove driven nu-pop sound. Immediately after my first listen I actually wrote a blog, intending to share it with my friends, who at this point trusted my judgement of new bands. Since that moment, Fickle Friends have elevated from a band that was playing a few shows up and down the country, to one of the most blogged about bands. I had a similar feeling when watching Fickle Friends to the one I had when I was watching The 1975 before they got signed. It was only a matter of time until a label picked them up, and whatever label picked them up was inconceivably making the right decision. Funnily enough, the first time I saw Fickle Friends live was in a sound check. I was actually opening for them, though I doubt they remember me. I was extremely gutted that I had to leave early and by doing so missed them finish with my personal favourite ‘Swim’. That was in the Railway Inn in Winchester, the next time I saw them was in a marginally smaller venue, but they had undoubtedly gotten, somehow, better. It was in the odd surroundings of The Clarence Tavern in Gosport. The place was a pub at the front, but where the beer used to be brewed in the back was where the venue and stage actually were. The band played some new stuff, but there was an awful lot of buzz in the crowd. I’m not ashamed to say that my self amongst my 20-something friends were singing aloud… And dancing to their songs, amidst a crowd with an average age of 14.
11th January 2016FEEDBy Sam Meaghan
David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, the advantageous legend of music, though his appearance was often one of an extrovert, his silence on most media platforms was one of an introvert. His songs influenced musicians throughout the years such as, Joy Division, The Smiths, Guns ‘n’ Roses and the 1975. His flamboyance had him coined as the “music chameleon”. Instead of relating to current trends, Bowie made them, and for many years dictated the style of pop music and many other genres. But now, the star man will be waiting in the sky.
18th December 2015FEEDBy Sam Meaghan
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