Emilia Nesheva

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LSE Tackles Food Waste

Have you ever thought about how much excess food is binned after the holidays? It is mostly unopened fresh produce. We are part of a cycle, we buy too much food daily and never eat it. LSE is trying to…

Helping Those in Need On LSE’s Doorstep

You see them every day, on the way to the bus station, near big shops, on the busy streets. The contrast between the dirty rags someone is trying to sleep in and the richly illuminated shops is strong. Britain has…

A Millennial Railcard? Every Relief is Welcome

It is no secret that for us millennials, life in the capital has become increasingly difficult. Gone are the days when rent in London was affordable, accommodation was spacious and transport was cheap. And it gets even more expensive when…

Muslim Community Centre Classification Faces Opposition

Short after its 100th birthday, the Golders Green Hippodrome has been sold for a third time, this time to an Islamic Charity. Concerns over this transaction have been mounting over the past months. The famous landmark has been listed as…

Issues With Our Ageing Nuclear Plants

With climate change high on the agenda, investments in renewables are increasing. When it comes to nuclear energy, though, the path forward is a bit unclear, especially in terms of waste disposal. When most of Europe‚Äôs nuclear power plants were…