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> Recent developments in Northern Spain show that the Basque seperatist organisation ETA is ready to call a cease fire.  But is this promise genuine and for how long will the peace last? Following...

> In the United Kingdom, snow is somehow seen as both a wonderful playground and chilly Armageddon.  Why are we so inept at dealing with it, when most of Europe cope just fine? Don’t you all hate...

> On 30th of December 2010, when the miracles before the New Year should happen, one of the most influential Russian oligarchs and owner of the oil giant “YUKOS”, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, was sentenced...

> Westerneye talks to Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Alex Stinson Tell us a bit about yourself… I’m an undergraduate of James Madison University, Virginia, currently studying in the UK at Hertford...

> A French court has approved a law banning full-facial veils in public, despite warnings from the Muslim society. A French court has approved a scandalous law banning full-facial veils in public, despite...

> A look at cheap holiday destinations for UWE students. Look at it this way; everyone is starting to get themselves worked up over a religious holiday that we celebrate in quite an unreligious way,...

> A psychological glance at whether asumptions about what makes us ‘us’ provide a stable ground for acting morally.  As any partially conscious UK citizen will be aware, there are only...

> Secretive ‘rogue’ state begins discussions of cross-border tourism: is this the start of the new era? Last month, North Korea, known for its secret and evasive nature, urged neighboring...

Donde el Amor is back.  This month he turns his Mexican eyes towards Strictly Come Dancing.  God help them. Facebook’s good isn’t it? Aside from the obvious uses (communicating, frape, looking at...

When looking back over history, radio has been an enabler to the common individual to gain access to music they don’t own, or find difficult to get hold of. But with the ability now to gain access to...