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The Week: Decoded

THIS WEEK (25th-29th May):

Learnings: No-one is above the law

1. INTERNATIONAL
 FIFA Scandal: Good things come to Swiss Police who wait.

FIFA, the organisation who run the Football World Cup, were faced with a massive corruption scandal. Swiss police forces raided FIFA HQ and arrested nine FIFA officials, including their Vice President.
The charge: corruption, bribery and fixing the host bids for the upcoming World Cups, to be held in 2018 and 2022. This was a long time coming – FIFA have been dodging investigations from various law enforcement agencies since 2010! Looks like times up lads. READ: FIFA Scandal - How football went from child’s play to corruption.


2. UK:
 I thought the Queen’s Speech was only at Christmas?

It was the state opening of Parliament on Wednesday. The Queen read a speech prepared by the government setting out their plans for the next five years. The speech included; plans to let Scotland take charge of its own taxes, an EU referendum, a 7 Day NHS and no increase to income tax. Also prepare for new powers for the security services. The "Snooper's Charter" allows them increased access to online communication to help tackle terrorism. Feeling Referen-dumb? Get Decoded with our guide

David Cameron realised the best way to stay PM was to keep his troops happy. To keep Tory back-benchers happy he’s delaying the plan to get rid of the Human Rights Act. Of course, these are all just plans; we’ll have to see if they actually become law. Get the low down on the next five years: The Queen’s Speech: Decoded



TO STRIKE OR NOT TO STRIKE?

Rail workers are to go on strike. They were due to strike last week… but cancelled at the last minute. Now the strike is back on and scheduled for June. Talk about indecisive.

Why strike? It’s all about how much pay workers are receiving. Union members rejected the offer given to them by network rail: a 1% pay-rise for next year. Our question: If we can’t get to work because of the strike, do we get the day off?



3. IRAN:

How would you like the government to set up your next date for you? Because that’s what is happening in Iran. 22% marriages in Iran end in divorce and it’s mostly young couples who are splitting up. To combat this the Iranian government has set up a dating website to get the sparks flying. They are targeting 100,000 new marriages. And people say romance is dead.


WEEKEND CONVERSATION STARTERS

#Hashtag

According to the Oxford University Press “Hashtag” is the children’s word of the year. Instagram and Snapchat were also on the #popular list. So what’s next? Will the next great novel be written on Twitter? #thefuture

Globe goes green with #7milliondreams

Next Friday is the United Nations World Environment Day. The UN is a peacekeeping organisation consisting of 193 countries. They make sure human rights are upheld and make sure all the countries play nice. Their World Environment Day is being hosted in Italy. The message this year is 7 billion dreams, one planet, consume with care.


Ahead of next week, why not get eco savvy and get the low down on the biggest environmental topic of our generation: WATCH: What the hell is Climate Change?

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