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  Kony 2012 campaign shows how gullible the internet can make us… The initial presence of the video by a charity calling themselves ‘Invisible Children’ made me a little excited...

>As competition for jobs reaches an all time high, Aminah Jagne explores the world of internships and whether they really are accessible to all… The National Statistic’s survey of the labour...

The Mayors of London get ridiculously generous media coverage. Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone, of Conservative and Labour accordingly, are figureheads of city politics. Boris is the incumbent, pandering...

>Charlotte Barnes looks into how and why our relationship with Facebook may become complicated in the future The use of social networking sites has sky-rocketed in recent years, to such an extent that...

  >Join the Women’s Law Students Forum to debate on the controversial topic of prostitution   On Monday 2 April, the Women Law Students Forum will be holding a debate on the legalisation...

Ever heard a song that rings a bell? Sarah Adams can put your mind at rest whilst questioning the legality of incorporating these ‘golden oldies’ into modern day hits I’m one of those annoying...

>AGM calls for new Chair of Meetings after UWESU member is suspended regarding recent allegations Recent allegations have resulted in the suspension of uwesu’s Chair of Meetings. Students’ Union...

> He’s the fastest Twitter user to a million followers, and his catchphrases have become instant (some would argue annoying) buzz words. > WesternEye staffers share their views on the Sheen...

> As elections end for another year, the question over whether they are a glorified popularity contest remains. Another election has passed for the UWESU with the largest collection of votes in...

? As the Royal Wedding approaches, does the level of expenditure match the level of excitement nationwide? Or is the event about as relevant to the British public as a polo tournament where the spectators...