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Trump keeps on trumping

It would seem the Trump train is showing no signs of stopping after this week's success in Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. The Donald now has 18 of 30 states in the bag and his nomination for the Republican presidential candidate would seem signed, sealed and delivered...almost. See there’s this little thing called a contested convention and it’s being eyed up as a possible tactic from disgruntled Republicans with ‘anyone but Trump’ attitude. The Donald has warned that if he doesn’t get the Republican nomination riots might be in order and all this is taking place amidst the report that Trump is one of the top ten greatest risks to global stability.

What is the IP Bill?

IP Bill and The Haystack documentary


It’s not over yet! We’re still crowdfunding for our documentary The Haystack and we still need your help. It was a big week for one of the stars of our documentary -  the Investigatory Powers Bill -  which had a second reading in the House of Commons. If it’s still flummoxing you why we keep shouting about all this and asking for your support, have a read of our explainer and if that’s too much effort, just watch our video. Then go a step further and head to our crowdfunding page and just pledge some money...really simple.

Good news for your Lady Garden


David Cameron’s managed to make a deal with the EU, no it’s not about leaving or staying just yet, it’s about tampons. He’s brokered a deal with 28 EU leaders to pave the way for the so called tampon tax to be scrapped. This means sanitary products could be excluded from VAT (Value Added Tax) and buyers won’t be taxed the extra 5% on these lady products. 300,000 people signed a petition calling for sanitary items to be exempted from tax altogether and it would seem their calls have been answered.

The Budget 2016

Government money man George Osborne announced his eighth budget this week. Some people love it and some people were less enthusiastic (cough Corbyn cough). As always the Budget is an opportunity for the government to play down the failures and big up the successes- that’s politics for you. The theme was all about tax and savings, less good for a party theme, but will have an impact on you, this is what you need to know about the Budget 2016.

Free Willy...not quite yet

SeaWorld’s CEO has announced the end of it’s controversial killer whale breeding programme. The move has followed mounting pressure from animal rights activists. SeaWorld defended the decision saying “Americans attitudes about Orcas have changed dramatically”. Might have a little something to do with that documentary BlackFish, which highlighted the alleged mistreatment of killer whales in SeaWorld parks. The breeding programme forms part of a wider debate over keeping killer whales in captivity.

It’s been 30 years since SeaWorld collected killer whales from the wild, and the decision means the orcas currently at the parks will be "the last generation". Will they be set free? It’s unlikely, as most were born in captivity and would likely die in the wild, but plans are a shape to house the killer whales in sea pens or coastal sanctuaries.
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