We all know that 2016 has been a chaotic year – to no exaggeration, either. This year has featured many shockwaves; including Brexit, and Trump’s presidency in the US, and has also been the year of celebrity deaths. People are looking forward to 2017 with a bated breath; could this year be as bad as 2016 was? Well, let’s remain hopeful and check the reasons reasons why 2017 could be the best year yet.
Claims of Russian hacking have circulated since Republican nominee Donald Trump won the election. Many people claim that the former Soviet Union had played a hand in this victory, by apparently hacking, and leaking the emails of Hilary Clinton, and a vital aide in her campaign. Continue reading “Putin’s response to the hacking scandal expulsion:”
The former world number 1 announced today via her Facebook page that her fitness was the main reason for her retirement.
I can only play if it is up to my own high standards. I can no longer do that so it is time to move on.
After a stellar 2015 tennis season which saw then Number 1 Novak Djokovic win three Gland Slam titles, and 11 titles overall, many had expected him to continue his superb season. And at the start of the year, all signs pointed to this.
2016 has been a tumultuous year to the least; with Brexit and Trump making the headlines numerous times here in the UK, but it seems another crisis is developing: our train crisis.
As 2016 comes to an end, we reflect on a major political shockwaves which rocked the whole word. In this article, we will be reflecting on the subject of “Brexit”; Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. We take a look at the events which sparked the vote, and the dramatic after effects of it.