Tag: copyright

The Wall Street Crash

Article written by George Francis. Edited and researched by Liam Brake. How bad do you think the current recession is? Do you sit and bemoan your poor job prospects and those ever-increasing train prices? Well, in comparison to America in…

Media and the Olympics

Article by Richard Simpson. Edited and researched by Harriet Evans. 17 million people, leaning forward, hands sweaty, teeth gritted, dinner burning, stomach churning, eyes squinting, lungs empty, mouths open, tongues dry. On 4 August 2012, a strange phenomenon gripped Britain.…

Britain: Atlantic, or Imperial power?

Article by Sarah Bramham. Edited and Researched by Mike Edwardson. Atlantic historians study the early modern Atlantic world. Atlantic history is based on the idea that after Europeans made contact with the ‘New World’ in the 16thcentury, the continents that…

The Real Robin Hood

Article by Sarah Bushell. Edited and researched by Harriet Evans. On January 31st 1606 a man stood at the Old Palace Yard, he had just witnessed three of his fellow conspirators hung, drawn and quartered and knew that he awaited…