United group: Todd has the backing of the whole squad

Chris Todd: Eastleigh managerial role makes me feel alive

By Alex Stedman NEWLY appointed Eastleigh boss Chris Todd admits his first management job has started almost perfectly and has made him the happiest he has ever been.  The former Spitfires defender has overseen a remarkable upturn in results since taking charge, as just two losses in 11


Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder this winter

by Rebecca Savory (@beccasavoryx) , Katie Goodall (@KatieLGoodall) and Charlotte Beattie (@charbeattie31) SEASONAL Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder which leaves people experiencing depressive symptoms depending on the season. The depression tends to get more severe during Winter giving it the name the ‘winter blues’.


58% of people think we should leave EU

by David George (@DaveGeorge96) and Fred Blagden (@fredblagden) THE UK general public believe that it would be more economically beneficial to leave the European Union, according to a recent poll. A survey by BMG Research and Evening Standard shows that 58% of the general public

Net Migration

Net migration hits record high

by Lauren Holbrook (@laurenholbrook_) NET migration has hit a record of 336,000 in the UK according to the Office for National Statistics. This is 10,000 higher than the peak in 2005, when countries such as communist states of Poland, Czech Republic and others joined the


App launched to safeguard young people

by Chanté Goodman (@chanteg_96), Hayley Scott (@hayleyr_scott) and Elektra Theophanous (@elektrat96). HOLLIE Guard, a free smartphone app launched last month in memory of Hollie Gazzard, turns smartphones into a crucial safety device. By shaking or tapping your phone, you can alert your emergency contact to let


Protestors block Heathrow Airport

by Nichaela George (@nichaelageorge) Heathrow Airport has been temporarily blocked by a group of activist protesters to campaign against the addition of another runway. Police have arrested five members of the ‘Plane Stupid’ campaign group who proceeded to sit in a car, which was parked

NHS struggle to give patients the extra one to one support

Student nurses grants scrapped

By Chanté Goodman (@chanteg_96) and Hayley Scott (@hayleyr_scott) STUDENT nurses are losing grants of up to £6,000 a year, with the grants being replaced by loans. George Osborne revealed in this years Autumn Spending Review that it wants to “modernise” the way healthcare students are

Obama pardoning a turkey in 2009

Pardon the poultry

by Leah Marten (@leahmarten) LAST NIGHT President Obama took the opportunity to show off his bad dad jokes as he participated in perhaps one of the strangest traditions held by the US. Joined by his two daughters Malia and Sasha, Barack Obama celebrated the annual tradition