It’s your favourite time of the week again! This week’s #FlashFriday looks at street lights, drugs and protests.
Bristol’s Park street brought to standstill by Don’t Bomb Syria protest
By George Clarke for Epigram
Anti-war protestors flanked Bristol’s busy Park Street ahead of the Commons’ Syria vote on Wednesday.
Editorial: Cambridge’s campaign on street lights must not be put out
By Jack May for The Cambridge Student
An impassioned editorial from The Cambridge Student voicing students’ concerns over a lack of street lights being turned on during the night.
Violent disturbances in Canley may be drug-related
By Sarah Morland for The Boar
A violent outbreak in Canley on Thursday 12 November saw an armed assault, car joust and collision. Events resulted in a man being taken to hospital.
This most recent incident is a culmination of a series of neighbourhood complaints, including houses being egged, water-balloons, stones thrown at cars and persistent catcalling.
Digestible news, a nib at a time.
By Harriet Stevens for Forge Press
This Christmassy feature got us in the decorating mood!
Inside the quietest place in Britain
By Andy van den Bent-Kelly for Mancunion
Aside from the interesting subject matter, we were really impressed by Mancunion‘s graphics on this article.
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