England (23) – France (20)
A spirited performance by England was enough to overcome a young, hungry France who looked to overcome history to keep their hopes of winning the six nations alive. An early try from French scrum half Antoine Dupon was a statement of intent – the French were desperate to win this one.
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With the growing prison population, disillusionment with the justice system and arguments against the use of imprisonment, many activists and experts have been pondering the idea of ending imprisonment for non-violent offenders completely. In this article I shall briefly examine these arguments. Continue reading “Should Non-Violent Offenders Go To Prison?”
Politically, it seems I am (considering the current environment) an anomaly, having views from both the right and left wing.
Continue reading “Is Society Oversensitive Or Are We Simply More Accepting?”
Last Wednesday, the cultivationuk.com team visited Denzel Curry’s concert taking place at Village Underground, Shoreditch.
Continue reading “Denzel Curry: An International Pioneer of Music”
In 2014, Leyton Orient were on the brink of the Championship, two years later Orient, who have spent 112 years in the football league, have dropped out of the football league and are struggling to survive. All because of their negligent owner, Francesco Becchetti who has saddled the club with £10 million of debt and is driving this historic club to the ground.
Continue reading “Careless Owners Are The Football League’s Biggest Problem”
Iceland were seen as a team that would never make it anywhere in this summer’s Euros competition, with many writing them off before the first game of the group stages.
Continue reading “Iceland’s Fairy-Tale at Euro 2016”