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Hey ! I'm Lisa. I'm studying Analytics at The University of Southampton. I love movies, books, and Coffee. I'm also passionate about politics. Other than stuying, riding, and Netflix, I can't stop writing.

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Civil servants are being pushed in early retirement due to budget cuts, while prisoners will still receive monthly payments.

Mahmoud Abbas pledges to maintain salaries for terrorists

Civil servants are being pushed in early retirement due to budget cuts, while prisoners will still receive monthly payments.

Autonomy concerns are blinding the local government over crucial reforms.

Then and Now: Hong Kong 20 years after handover

Autonomy concerns are blinding the local government over crucial reforms.

Theresa May had previously said that she had

Fox hunting vote dropped from the Queen's Speech

Theresa May had previously said that she had

They want a more ethical and ecological trade deal.

Labour promises to stop weapon trade with repressive regimes

They want a more ethical and ecological trade deal.

Don't know whether you'll listen.

5 things the Tories are saying about students

Don't know whether you'll listen.

Eramus and nursing bursaries.
An icon of political renewal?

All you need to know about Emmanuel Macron

An icon of political renewal?

Mixed Reports on Brexit Meeting make us wonder if the deal is for the politicians or the citizens?

May dismisses media focus on 'disastrous' meeting with Juncker as 'Brussels gossip'

Mixed Reports on Brexit Meeting make us wonder if the deal is for the politicians or the citizens?

Our favourite products from Urban Decay.

Spotlight Brand: Urban Decay

Our favourite products from Urban Decay.

Article 50 is only the beginning of Brexit's  long and tedious process.

Article 50 triggered : What happens now?

Article 50 is only the beginning of Brexit's long and tedious process.

This might not come as a surprise.
This is the largest and most supported campaign in nearly 100 years of the university's history.

Fossil Free UCL enters its sixth day of escalating protests

This is the largest and most supported campaign in nearly 100 years of the university's history.

Brexit will damage universities, according to new research.

International students are essential for UK universities

Brexit will damage universities, according to new research.

TV
The show that shows us that Scott was nothing without Zelda.

TV Review: Z: The Beginning of Everything

The show that shows us that Scott was nothing without Zelda.

While Trump continues to monopolise the news, here is what happened elsewhere.

The world last week — 5 stories you may have missed

While Trump continues to monopolise the news, here is what happened elsewhere.

Research found this one surprising thing could help you to get employment.

Including this one thing on your CV can help you get a graduate job

Research found this one surprising thing could help you to get employment.

The bill enters the committee stage in the House of Lords on Monday

The House of Lords to block the Higher Education Bill

The bill enters the committee stage in the House of Lords on Monday

Women in their twenties are catching up on their male counterparts.

Gender pay gap reduced to 5% for millennials

Women in their twenties are catching up on their male counterparts.

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