Young people will be negatively impacted by government shortcomings and measures will need to be taken to win back their trust.
“In the context of remote learning, however, even minor inconveniences posed by an intermittent internet connection can quickly become a major difficulty.”
Ben Owen writes about his thoughts on how Bristol has changed during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A run-in with fake news February. A time before social distancing, silent cities, and closed universities. Toilet roll and spaghetti still happily line supermarket aisles. The total number of coronavirus cases in the UK has barely edged past a dozen. And the official line from Downing Street remains one of attentive personal hygiene. All these Read More…
“On the day I was supposed to be rushing to Heathrow, I was now in an even more intense race against the clock, attempting to recover as much money as I could”
Ben Owen’s “top three plants that you can (almost) forget about for the entire University term, all without worrying that they may deteriorate into a pile of crinkled, guilt-ridden leaves”
“…And the migrant situation has got so out of control over the last few years that they really should build a wall along the southern border.” It’s a soundbite familiar to many, and with the American presidential election drawing close, one that will almost certainly be heard countless times again. What might come as a Read More…