The Woman in Me

BY JACK WATSON In her memoir The Woman In Me, Britney Spears, a controversial teen pop artist from the 1990s, shares her story on how she earned her name. The ‘Princess of Pop’, the moving story about her difficult life and the challenges she has faced are highlighted, as are her hard childhood, her father being her conservator and all her setbacks through this period … Continue reading The Woman in Me

Bomb Hoaxes in Britain’s Schools

BY JACK WATSON First it was lockdown, then it was strikes and now it appears that English school students just can’t get a break. That old chestnut is back: the hoax bomb call During my first day of the new academic year, things almost started with a bang. On September 5th, Year 7 students were supposed to have an induction day. However, a couple of … Continue reading Bomb Hoaxes in Britain’s Schools

Smartphone Addiction Not So Smart

BY JACK WATSON A UN report has suggested smartphones should be banned in schools across the world to protect the mental health of children, to improve learning and to eradicate any distractions in the classroom. This report comes after the agency wrote that less than one in four nations across the world have banned smartphones in schools.   I am still at school and the … Continue reading Smartphone Addiction Not So Smart

Just Stop Oil – Weirdo Eco Terrorists

BY JACK WATSON   After months of causing chaos on the streets of London, Just Stop Oil (JSO) protesters are planning a continuing summer of discontent having stated that they will ‘paralyse London’ further, with slow-marching columns ten times bigger than anything they have had before.  This after the Metropolitan Police confirmed yesterday that JSO had cost them £.7.7 million since April. The galling prospect … Continue reading Just Stop Oil – Weirdo Eco Terrorists

Hey Teachers, Leave Those Kids Alone

BY JACK WATSON Last month, GB News stated that the teaching unions were demanding more freedom to ‘educate’ children on their gender identity. Well, given that the genders are male or female, this would have to be one of the easiest lessons for them to teach (I know that I am walking on what some would say is thin ice, but it is the truth). … Continue reading Hey Teachers, Leave Those Kids Alone

Evil Bars?

BY JACK WATSON Vaping, according to Wikipedia, involves the use of ‘an electronic device that simulates tobacco smoking. It consists of an atomizer, a power source such as a battery, and a container such as a cartridge or tank. Instead of smoke, the user inhales vapour.’ The original ‘vapes’ were refillable but the latest generation of vapes are disposable, and people are not disposing of … Continue reading Evil Bars?