The tragedy of not only Richard Okorogheye’s death, but also the UK’s relative ambivalence to his story is that it seems we failed to learn any lessons leading us to repeat this avoidable mistake just two months on.
Author: Joel Bates
Joel has written articles for WomenBeing Magazine, The Psychologist BPS magazine, Central Bylines and written a blog post for King's College London. Joel is the creator of Noble Works, has a background in psychology and is working towards an MSc in psychology and neuroscience.
In the early stages of the pandemic, excuses centred around its unexpected nature. The government was ‘doing its best’. Fast forward to the peak of lockdown one, suddenly making excuses was much harder than it had been. An enormous death toll, failure after failure, it was proving more difficult to defend the government’s actions, or rather, inactions.
Last time we brushed elbows with four of the West Midland’s top wealthiest as outlined by BirminghamLive’s Midland’s affiliated billionaires list. This week, we’ve got our eyes set on the final four in the hopes of helping them stop their billionaire hoarding ways. We now know what a billion pounds looks like. We’ve learned the […]
In this first of two articles, we focus on four of the West Midland’s wealthiest billionaires. What is a billion? At this point, it is important to put a billion pounds into perspective. I do not want to give the impression that anyone who earns a high figure salary or does well for themselves doesn’t […]