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It’s an endless conversation with my friends, family and teachers. What university degree do you want…

5 Top Tips for surviving and thriving at home, by Jill Dando News reporter Tamsen, aged 12

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Stephen Fry’s top tips on keeping your mind healthy during self-isolation

Stephen Fry has given his top tips on mental health during the coronavirus crisis.  Appearing on…

Don’t fear bad news! 7 quick tips to induce a positive mind and hope

Ok, so perhaps the world has gone totally mad. Hate, terrorism, climate disaster. Now a virulent…

Coronavirus, terror and climate calamities – but good news Greta and children everywhere are the answer

As 2020 hits, there have been a tidal wave of fears hitting the world. Coronavirus continues…

There is more good news in the world than bad

All across the world, sensational acts of kindness, generosity and heroism are taking place. Children taking…

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Thank you Prime Minister. Billions boost for schools – a fantastic start

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Time for common sense politics? Crime, knife gangs and community despair – the tragic consequences of eight years of catastrophic budget cuts.

None of our bad news headlines are a surprise I suppose. Sky News today is reporting…

Britain is broken – the social media revolution is here to stay

I studied British politics for seven years and was a political correspondent for three years. So…