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Kettle Mag, Alexandra Goode, music, taylor swift
Taylor Swift's '1989' is not at all what we expected
Taylor Swift dropped her new album recently and music critics everywhere have exploded. 1989 is
how do i get a job in social media, aysh Banash
How do I get a job In social media?
Social media has become an everyday thing. Individuals use it, professionals use it, heck, even businesses use it. But are there really any job prospects in this field?
Russell brand, revoloution, book, kettlemag, Charlotte Hall
Russell Brand creates hope for young people
As young people are neglected in a failing political system, Russell Brand's ideas of revolution have created hope and optimism for many.
The Missing, BBC drama, James Nesbit, Anrew Musgrove, Kettle Mag
Review: BBC's new drama, The Missing
Andrew Musgrove reviews new BBC drama: The Missing, starring James Nesbitt.
Wales Millennium Centre, arts, culture, funding, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Arts Council of Wales receives funding cut
Alex Veeneman looks at the funding cut to Arts Council Wales.
zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid, Coaching Ban, Kettlemag, Rory Nicklin
Zidane should undertake his coaching badges regardless of his stature in football
Rory Nicklin assess the publics reaction to Zinedine Zidane's recent 3 month ban from coaching
Sepp Blatter at Signing of Creation of Ballon D'Or
2014 Ballon D'Or Nominations: Who is in with a shout?
Football's most prestigious individual prize looks like it will go to Cristiano Ronaldo again, but Charlie Low look into whether Luis Suárez should be on the Shortlist, and other trivia...
Kettle Mag, Kayley Gilbert
Should the new HIV drug be available on the NHS?
A new HIV drug, Truvada, has proven to be high protective in US trials. Now undergoing trials in the UK, and the centre of some controversy, should Truvada be made available in the UK on the NHS?
Venezuelan protests, kettlemag, reece collishaw
Venezuela's hidden truths - a disturbance of the peace
With government turbulence, food shortages, fear and tyranny, Venezuela is looking pretty ugly to live in.
Kettle Mag, Maria Maynes
As homeless figures soar, it’s time to expel the myths surrounding homelessness
Maria Maynes explores statistics on homelessness in the UK, and attempts to challenge the general perception of homelessness and how those who become homeless end up there.