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I feel like I’ve missed so much music (since I only started listening properly back in March), so I’ve created this recurring post for a dual purpose: to help remind you of songs you might have forgotten (or never heard) while I go on a journey of discovery, and to document what I have been … Continue reading Music Monday 5/10/20
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a great week. I’ve absolutely been loving having an e-reader, which I got for my birthday on Monday. My school has also requested that all of year 13 stay home due to COVID cases being found in the school. This is great for my personal learning, because I haven’t been … Continue reading Weekly Preview 22/11/20
This is a question that has been on my mind lately. The UK is one of only three countries that has an uncodified constitution (the others being Israel and New Zealand). Some claim this is good, as it allows greater flexibility for the government, and a more democratic process. Other think that there are not … Continue reading Saturday Politics: Should The UK Have A Codified Constitution
The idea for this recurring posts is to read a book over the course of 4-6 weeks, and each week to delve deeply into what has been read the previous week. This will allow for a more interesting analysis of the meaning of the book, and allow me to make predictions, in a way that … Continue reading Slow Reads: The Color Purple Week 2
I really like the sound of Synthetic Selection when I first read it’s description on Rosie’s blog. While it did raise some interesting questions, and had some more unique perspectives on different moral themes, I felt the execution was unfortunately clunky in places. The premise of the book is that humanity has collectively failed, and … Continue reading Book Review: Synthetic Selection
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