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Read blog posts written by young people who share their experiences of living abroad.
Father's Day is on Sunday 16th June this year in the United Kingdom and is a day dedicated to honouring fathers across the country.
Summer is here in the UK and it's therefore the perfect excuse to have a picnic outside and enjoy the sun and fresh air.
It is sad to know that each year thousands of teenagers experience the death of someone they love; a parent, sibling, friend or other relative.
I’m definitely not a ‘country mouse’ but I grew up in a fairly quiet town not far from London. I went to University in a city called Exeter.
Last month two of my two best friends in China, a Scottish couple named Cheryl and Al, got married.
I've been learning to drive since September. So far, I've had 19 lessons and it's going well. But it's not easy.
It has suddenly hit me that this year I will sit my last ever exams. I don’t know if that has helped with the stress, or just made it worse.
A science-fiction series called 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy', written by Douglas Adams, is about traveling in space and is hilarious and very entertaining.
Have you ever heard of Tandem?
I grew up on the edge of a big city in the middle of England called Birmingham. It’s an OK place. It’s not beautiful or anything like that.
As a final year student at university, it is time for me to decide what I want to do next.
‘Dry clean only’ is probably a phrase that you have seen before. You see it on the labels of certain pieces of clothing – like smart jackets, trousers and skirts, and ties or other silk garments.
In case you hadn’t noticed, after nearly four years of build-up, the United States of America has just officially sworn in (or inaugurated) its president.
Have you heard of the scandal that happened in one of Great Britain’s biggest supermarket chains called Tesco?
Each year Scottish people across the world celebrate an unique dinner known as ‘Burns Night’. This is to remember a famous Scottish poet called Robert Burns.
There’s nothing worse than waiting so long for that magical moment when the snow begins to fall than not being able to do anything with it when it does.
Christmas in Britain seems to go on for most of the year! As soon as it starts to get cold people begin counting down the days until Christmas.
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