UK, 21 Aug - 23 Sep 2015House of commons says ‘no’ to assisted dying ++ Jeremy Corbyn elected as Labour party leader. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce
UK, 01 May - 28 May 2015Prince Charles on royal birth: “I was really hoping for a girl” ++ Britain remembers Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) ++ Queen’s Speech brings sweeping legislation. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce
UK, 03 Apr - 30 Apr 2015Coalition Bargaining Heats Up as Election Approaches ++ Thousands of British Soldiers At Risk in Malaria Drug Scandal. by Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
12 Mar 2015While Her Majesty the Queen invites the citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations to keep the idea and values of the multinational organisation alive, the future of the Commonwealth – in an increasingly dynamic, changing and turbulent world – remains rather uncertain. by Callum Pierce
UK, 06 Mar - 02 Apr 2015Tobacco Lobby vs. Parliament: Packaging to become plain by 2016 ++ Osborne’s Budget Announced – Will It Alter the upcoming Election? ++ Prime Minister Cameron Will Not Serve Third Term as PM ++ Author Sir Terry Pratchett dies aged 66. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
12 Feb 2015The United Kingdom has long been a cultural powerhouse but beside the pomp and pageantry what makes up the bread-and-butter of British culture? by Callum Pierce
UK, 06 Feb - 05 Mar 2015‘Three-Person IVF’ Gets Go Ahead ++ Brits and Baftas: Celebrating the Best of British ++ Six Nations Rugby Championship: Ireland ends England`s winning streak as Scotland struggles ++ Outspoken Prince speaks out on radicalisation of youth. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
Callum is a British-European who studied Medicine at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. After qualifying as a Doctor in 2014 he now works as a Research Officer with a multinational NGO in Swaziland, Southern Africa. His main research interests lie at the interface between politics, international relations, anthropology and health. Callum speaks Polish and English and believes passionately that our greatest hope for a stronger, fairer and more unified European Union is true solidarity, underwritten by sincere intercultural communication.