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Tanyaradzwa Kasinganeti

‘Escape to the Country’: London’s Mass Exodus

Working from home has revolutionised most of our lives – the freedom of delaying that alarm clock, reduced commuting costs and less surveillance from your superiors. But this has had an unintended consequence on the housing market, which may just be permanent too… People are leaving London in droves. Why? Well, as working from home becomes the new …

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Ngozi: The Complicated Reality of ‘Hashtag Movements’ in ‘sub-Saharan Africa’ today

‘Ngozi’ means ‘danger’ in ChiShona. What do #ENDSARS, #CongoIsBleeding and #ZimbabweanLivesMatter all have in common? Whether you know one or you know them all, just know that each of these viral movements have captured the world’s gaze at some point this year. These campaigns exposed a plethora of government-sanctioned human rights abuses across a number …

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Why the Past can no Longer Remain in the Past

Source: Wikimedia  It’s fair to say that mainstream Western thought surrounding race is starting to crumble. The death of George Floyd has sparked discourse about the racial discrimination faced by black people globally. Social media is filled with highly-charged commentary by people from all over the political spectrum. Racism today, especially in Britain, takes a …

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Why Free Trade Zones may not be the magical solution to Brexit’s economic woes

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Immingham, Lincolnshire is a relatively unknown town with a grand population of 9,641. The small town features very average architecture and a rather unremarkable shoreline. By the sounds of it, Immingham is an unmemorable town with every reason to be ignored by the rest of the British population. So why – of all places – …

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