Before Boris Johnson got the Prime Ministership via 0.13% of the British population, he attended Eton, a school that educates 6% of Britain but has produced 74% of their leaders.
In a surprising reverse, the UN has cancelled all climate change programs after subscribing to the experts of the internet.
According to the UN, the treatment of Julian Assange absolutely constitutes torture. For not protecting him, the blame is also ours.
Manus Island continues to be a humanitarian crisis. Elaine Pearson, the director of Human Rights Watch Australia believes that while headlines have changed, the facts have not.
The UN banning LGBTQ partners from obtaining a visa is a decision of the time. Through exclusion, everyone is equal.
Jacinda Ardern bringing her baby to the UN might seem like a stunt, but the corridors of power were long overdue for a dose of reality.
Morning! Overnight we’ve discovered the expanse of China buying our government, the finite lifespan of the PS4 and how much we’re no closer to determining the Rookie of the Year.
Morning. Yes. You made this mistake’s night. In the interim, an artificial womb scared weak humans, Lance Armstrong re-broke bad and the UN made vast allegations.
It’s official. The UN has called off all action on climate change after a furious evening spent reading articles on the Internet.
Being out of bed sucks. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Kanye teamed up with IKEA, Obama asked Republicans to not back Trump and the UN is looking into NT prisoner abuse.
Rob Idol is back this week with his weekly wrap of current affairs, including gun violence in Canada, the bitter passing of another great musician and…Kevin ’17?
After reviewing the current human rights abuses enacted by the UN in Africa, Rob Idol wonders who speaks for the victims abused by the protectors?
With the Paris accord laid bare on the table, Rob Idol looks into the climate change agreement, and the governmental loop holes within.
With Malcolm Turnbull set to appear at the UN climate change summit, Lachlan Dale wonders what the Prime Minister can hope to achieve.
Michael Burrill’s final Current Affairs Wrap highlights the US’ amnesia in the middle east, the UN study of migrants and the call for tighter gun control.
We’re confused by Labor’s criticism toward Julie Bishop’s decision to bring her beau to work. We’re with her, and we have a plan #westandwithJulieBishop
With the Turnbull Government now settled, Rob Idol argues that the scrapping of the Border Force Act should be their first port of call.
They may have changed the name of the conflict in Yemen, but René Wadlow questions whether the new operation is really “restoring hope” to the troubled region.
Like a much-loved character of comedy-old (OK PB is showing his age), PM Tony Abbott is “tired tired tired” of the UN and, according to Jordan King Lacroix, just about everything…
Tony Abbott’s failure to mention climate change on the world stage is becoming glaringly obvious so much so that Richard Jackson thinks it’s about time the PM changed speechwriters.
The High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein, has criticised the treatment of migrants around the world, including Australia’s Operation Sovereign Borders policy.