Foxes fans remain optimistic despite rough season

  By Mark Sheppard Leicester City fans still believe their team can avoid relegation from the Premier League as the football season draws to a close. Having won their last two games against West Ham and West Brom, Leicester have given themselves a fighting chance to complete the great escape. They have been bottom of […]

Over 50% of youngsters are not expected to vote in this year’s general election

  By: Maren Mahnke Broken promises over tuition fees and a set focus on pensioners votes may be the reason why adolescents are more interested in One Direction than politics. According to the last season of X-factor 40 million people voted for their favoured superstar–to-be, that is more people voting than in the 2010 general […]

Free advice being offered to young people around Leicestershire on how to vote

By Jake Piercy Young people across Leicester are being encouraged to register to vote as soon as possible by the Leicestershire Citizens Advice Bureau. The group has been targeting students and young people in particular due to their contribution to the vast numbers of no-voters in previous elections, which is shown by the 16 million […]

The race to register to vote

By Kizzy Bass Fears have been raised that many students will not be registered to vote in May’s national elections with only days left to sign up. Following the changes in June 2014, everyone is now required to register to vote individually rather than being done by a ‘head of the household’ that registered all […]

Talking Employability: Is a degree really worth all that time and money ?

By: Maren Mahnke Thousands of university students are about to graduate and flood the already crowded job market. Three years and a total of £27.000 of fees is what it is going to take for one to get an accredited certification. Often that means students have to get into debt at a very young age […]