A Kent therapy group on how mental health in-person therapy has been halted since March 2020 and summarises the problems of virtual sessions
We need food for a growing population. Whether we buy from British farming, or other countries, the same ethical scrutiny should be applied
The high standard of food produced by farmers and available in the UK shops must be maintained in new trade agreements government negotiates
Local residents say no to pollution from recreational flying at airfield to be planned for Mongeham village on farmland in Kent
Light pollution at the lorry park disturbs local residents, the environment and research found artificial light harms human health
The loss of farmland due to widespread building projects is a significant issue that the Thanet District Council local plan fails to address
Amy Wernham writes about water pollution in Kent; river pollution and eutrophication have a dire affect on housing development. A lot of the pollution comes from household sewage, and plans are being made for a large tank to be built to capture household waste.
Debby Jones shares her experience as a research assistant on her Brussels internship; not only gaining invaluable experience, but a (huge!) group of lifelong friends from all across the world.
Magdalena Williams writes about Au Pairs, and the benefits for both young people, and host families. The Au Pair exchange programme has become increasingly difficult since Brexit though.
Opt out of job-related private health insurance – you get taxed on it, and it saps the NHS by enriching the private health companies