It’s your favourite time of the week again! This week’s #FlashFriday looks at street lights, drugs and protests.
By George Clarke for Epigram
Anti-war protestors flanked Bristol’s busy Park Street ahead of the Commons’ Syria vote on Wednesday.
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.
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!
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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