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RELEASE DATE : June 27, 2016

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Prof  John Kevin Curtice, FRSA, FRSE, FBA is a political scientist who is currently Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde and Senior Research Fellow at NatCen Social Research

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Live interview at Parliament Square on June 24, 2016 with Nancy Woods

HEADING 1 : BREXIT Podcast (open link and click to play):  http://chirb.it/tp6er1

 

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Timothy James “Tim” Farron is a British politician who is the current Leader of the Liberal Democrats. He has been the Member of Parliament for Westmorland and Lonsdale since 2005 and was the President of the Liberal Democrats from 2011 to 2015

 

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Live interview at Parliament Square on June 24, 2016 with Nancy Woods

HEADING 2 : BREXIT Podcast (open link and click to play) : http://chirb.it/ayL8Kp

 

 

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Sir Malcolm Leslie Rifkind KCMG PC QC  (born 21 June 1946) is a British politician who served in various roles as a cabinet minister under Prime Ministers  Margaret Thatcher  and John Major, including  Secretary of State for Scotland (1986–1990), Defence Secretary  (1992–1995) and Foreign Secrtary (1995–1997).

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Live interview at Parliament Square on June 24, 2016 with Nancy Woods

HEADING 3 : BREXIT podcast (open link and click to play) http://chirb.it/5yN3fI

 

 

 

 

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HEADING 4 : Estimated 10,000 people rallied in Parliament Square with just 24 hours notice #KeepCorbyn organised by Momentum on June 27,2016 . Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader. Labour members and voters from all over United Kingdom have come from far and wide to show their support.  Britain’s key union’s have come out strongly in defence for Jeremy, Labour party unity and democracy. Jennie Formby, Unite’s South-East Regional Secretary and member of Labour’s governing  National Executive Committee (NEC) says : ” I’m appalled at MP’s choosing to create major rifts in Labour at a time when Tories have never been more divided.” 

 

 

 

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Live reporting from Parliament Square at  the rally on June 27, 2016. Name and ages of the three interviewees in this podcast.

HEADING 4 : Podcast http://chirb.it/Mxh22m

 

 

 

 

 

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Live reporting from Parliament Square at  the rally on June 27, 2016.

HEADING 5 podcast (open link and click to play) http://chirb.it/w6CpcD

 

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UKIP Party’s – Press Conference

UKIP :  Press Conference

Nancy Woods was invited to this meeting of UKIP Party’s South East London Press Conference.

Held at: The Barrowboy and Banker, 8 Borough High Street, London, SE1  9QQ

The organiser of the event was Mr John Hellings who is the Chairman of
UKIP Southwark Branch and also the ELECTION AGENT.

Gerard Batten UKIP MEP for London  Chaired the event.

1. Ace Norom  in Vauxhall

2. Rathy Alagaratnam in Dulwich And West Norwood (covers Lambeth and Southwark)

3. Bruce Machan in Streatham

4. David Kurten in Camberwell & Peckham (www.davidkurten.com)

5. Andy Beadle in Bermondsey & Old Southwark

the 5 PPC’sin five parliamentary constituencies.

 

 

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Film Review “Honeycomb Lodge”

Open Link for sneak preview
http://www.lesleymanning.com/lesley/honeycomb-lodge-trailer-2.html

Source: Google images
Honeycomb Lodge is brilliantly adapted by the director to portray women’s issues. It’s a shocking revelation of domestic violence & abuse on seven girls who come to live in Honeycomb lodge. It’s release is timed very well with Angelina Jolie’s Global Summit “#TimeToAct” in London. She told Evening Standard ” This sends a big message to those who abuse women. We will come after you.” To understand solitary confinement, gang rape, abuse, sexual violence, film is highly recommended!. As a women, this film was a revelation to understand pain, through sexual violence and abuse. The music is good. However, read the synopsis before seeing the film as the stories are a flashback and can make it hard to follow the story. Otherwise, Good!

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Comment from Takako Nakasu, Birkbeck Studen “I just would like to drop a line to say, “Thank you so much for the screening last night. it was the very nice film, and it really has the strong voice and impact to the society…… ”
More information:http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3292222/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ov_st_sm

http://www.birkbeckunion.org/events/film-premier-honeycomb-lodge
Podcast:http://chirb.it/tM739P
Film premier at Birkbeck Auditorium on June 9, 2014
photographs : https://www.flickr.com/photos/95079940@N06/

As news reporter….

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The following articles were published in the local news print editions and online. I passed my NCTJ portfolio training in 2013 from Lambeth College,  London. I then went on to study an MA in Journalism at Birkbeck College. I obtained a postgraduate degree. I am currently studying an MSC in Development studies to further my knowledge in understanding world affairs.

 

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