Charlotte delights in the multicultural World in a Tent festival in Ashford and bemoans the benighted attitude of the Borough Council towards such events.
Elections are a vital part of democracy. Charlotte looks back on her Sth African experience and analyses the new UK Election Act
Why did Patel choose Rwanda to deport refugees to? It is an overcrowded country with few opportunities.
As South Africa celebrates Youth Day, Charlotte Mbali contemplates other public holidays and their importance in helping to define a nation.
Charlotte recounts the experience of using the NHS over the Jubilee weekend, with all systems under strain, including GPs and Ambulances.
Charlotte investigates the character of the current French “législatives” elections and compares the parties’ manifestos.
This 2018 novel is set in “the“grey zone” of towns and villages that are situated between the Russian and Ukrainian lines in the Donbas
Charlotte assesses the system of criteria used in the Eurovision Song Contest and compares it with exam assessment in university.
In the recent local elections in two swing local council areas, Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone, the conservatives lost their majority.
The World of Stonehenge is a British Museum Exhibition that follows the story of Britain and Europe from 4000 to 1000 BC. A period of immense transformation and radical ideas that changed society forever.