The self-proclaimed “The Money Fight” Pay-Per-View super-fight spectacle between UFC megastar Conor McGregor and Professional Boxing superstar Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr is a once in a lifetime box office showcase with all of the relevant pomp and circumstance surrounding the pangeantry and magnitude of the much-awaited event which will emanate live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 26.
With Greater London’s ever-increasing population and impending geographical line continuously receding deeper into the neighboring Home Counties, the locational readjustments have simultaneously and seemingly created a perplexing domino effect at large.
PM Theresa May just have check mated the country….
Today saw the announcement of a snap general election on the 8th of June 2017; a surprising historical U-turn by Prime Minster May who previously stated on several occasions that an early election wouldn’t happen, so what has changed her mind?
Sports fans with disabilities are often grossly overlooked and undermined when accommodation and ticket prices are chiefly concerned to view live sporting events. In turn, fans with disabilities have been discriminated against and have been turned a blind eye to by the mainstream media and professional sports fans at large.
A review of children’s exposure to adult-entertainment – commissioned by the NSPCC and Children’s Commissioner – saw researchers from Middlesex University survey 1,001 children aged between 11 and 16 to find out the statistics and overall ever-rising relationship between children and adult-entertainment.
On Friday 27th January 2017 there was an announcement outlining Donald Trump’s executive order and immigration ban, suspending entry of nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries (Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen) into the U.S.
No words are needed for what was an epic day. Thousands of women, men and children headed down to Central London on the 21st January to march together; making a stand against President Donald Trump and his policies. Over 50 countries staged similar protests in what was a mass act of unity…