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July 17, 2018

White working-class boys perform the worst in any group of British schools . When Theresa May became Prime Minister in 2016, she addressed the nation on the steps of No.10 Downing Street and specifically mentioned the need to help “Ordinary working families” saying, “I...

July 17, 2018

University has been viewed as the traditional route to success, a good job and a fulfilling career but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s the only route available. With 90% of apprentices going into work or further training, and 89% satisfied with their experience...

July 17, 2018

Rape culture is something as a society we cannot hide from, the Crime Survey of England and Wales estimated that an appalling 20% of women and 4% of men have experienced some type of sexual assault since the age of 16, equivalent to an estimated 3.4 million female vict...

July 13, 2018

2018 has been hailed the Year of the Woman as it marks 100 years since the Representation of People Act 1918 which allowed some women in the UK the right to vote. However given that we are amid a groundswell in sexual harassment claims globally, 2018 seems to have both...

July 11, 2018

Recently mental health has been discussed regularly in the media, with Depression and Anxiety frequently being the topic of conversation. With this in mind you'd think that mental health is not a taboo subject and something that people are now knowledgeable about, righ...

July 9, 2018

Being inspired doesn't come from booking a ticket half way around the world.

People like myself, take inspiration from the gift of being alive. 

Everything you see, the little noises that chime and echo, the smell of nostalgia and the feel of freedom are just a few thing...

July 6, 2018

Looking through my eyes at 21 as a young black female from London moving to New Delhi, India for 3 months.

Ever since I was a child I’ve dreamed of travelling the world and still intend on doing so, therefore when the opportunity came at work to move to expand the compa...

M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) is our series 14 campaign. Also known as C.F.S (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), the condition affects 250,000 people in the UK, and 17 million people worldwide. 25% of sufferers are housebound or bedbound. The condition affects many body sys...

March 10, 2018

During series 13 of What’s Up TV we championed the cause of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). SUDEP is when a person with epilepsy dies suddenly and prematurely and no reason for death is found. It affects roughly 1 in 500 people with epilepsy and results in...

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This series of What's Up TV sees us return to Northern Ireland. On this trip we found out about the laws surrounding abortion and how they differ from...

Abortion laws in Northern Ireland

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