It’s fair to say that by now, all of us are yearning for the smell of freshly washed pressed Egyptian cotton feather filled pillows, cotton bed sheets, and some high-quality room service
The recent announcement that the British Government will push forward with HS2 has led to renewed calls for an improved connectivity on the railways. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterated a need for the high-speed railway’s connection to northern England, with the updated infrastructure expected to cost between £62bn to £69bn.
Thinking about life after university can be daunting. Many students worry about making themselves employable during and immediately after their courses, but a lot don’t know what they need to consider and how to use their time effectively.
In recent years, the fashion industry has grown exponentially, and there are several reasons why people prefer to invest in high-quality, long-lasting garments. Before the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, it was easier than ever to buy a £1 bikini form a high street store, or order clothes online that had been crafted using cheap, man-made fibre and exploitive labour. However, many major fast-fashion brands rely on worldwide supply chains and therefore the global pandemic, paired with changing attitudes towards fast-fashion, are likely to spell disaster for the industry.
The carbon emissions produced by the automotive sector have came up against barrels of criticism in recent times, from environmental groups and European governments alike. These discussions have prompted manufacturers to revise traditional forms of motoring and consider new alternatives, one of which is the all-electric alternative to existing harmful fuels such as petrol and diesel. The perception of electric vehicles is set to evolve, with a steer towards conserving the earth’s finite resources and reducing harmful gaseous emissions.
“If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished your first task of the day.”