Cyber-attacks against business and the government are on the rise – but how is this being conducted, and is it for the common good? Say hello to activist hackers. Online vigilantism, is the use of the internet to carry out vigilante acts. My it be through applications like e-mail, the World-Wide Wed, social media or … More Online vigilantes – hackers are waging war online
What underpins a vigilante’s outlook on a situation is often debated among many. To uncover this, you must look at every aspect. The term vigilante describes an act of taking the law into your own hands, to deliver a justice a person sees fit, without the use of the justice system. The perpetrator carrying out … More What lies beneath the vigilante mindset?
Young people are known to be some of the most dangerous drivers in the UK, with their death toll being higher then any other age group. Recent statistics show that young drivers are among the most likely to be involved in fatal road traffic accidents. “The latest statistics show that young people are four times more … More Young drivers are among the most dangerous in the UK
A new wave of grammar schools could be introduced by the government, which claims they’ll improve social mobility and opportunities. There are currently 163 grammar schools in the country accommodating 164,000 pupils – a mix of independent and state schools. In Leeds there are only state grammar schools. Conservative Councillor, Gerald Wilkinson, said: “I went to a grammar school … More Disagreement as government announces new grammar schools
Concerns for child poverty increase despite a government promise to tackle the issue by 2020 in the UK. Statistics have shown that 3.9 million children were living in poverty last year. 1.3 million of which were living in a household with both parents unemployed and with 1.5 million living in household with one parent in work. 2016 figures for Yorkshire have shown … More 3.9 million UK children still live below the poverty line
Funding concerns are raised on whether a proposed development will be able to support an improvement on Headingly stadium. Two residential developments, one at Weetwood, and the other at Tingley are aimed in accounting a new south and main stand as well as a cricket ground at Headingly Carnegie stadium. The rugby club is set … More Money anxieties to face development on Headingly Carnegie Stadium.
A new premier inn development could increase noise towards residence in Headingly due to the serving of alcohol. There was a concern raised that members of the public who will not be staying at the Premier inn would come in and abuse the serving of alcohol. Martin Cook who is a local resident and the … More Row over new premier inn development in Leeds