Reece Goodall

Leamington man pleads guilty to 40 child sex offences

Andrew Pykett, from Clarendon Avenue in Leamington Spa, pleaded guilty to 40 child sex offences at the Warwick Crown Court last Friday 17 March. The 38-year-old pleaded guilty to 20 counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of trafficking within the UK for sexual exploitation, one count of...
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Posted Mar. 23, 2017

CERN discovers five new particles

This week scientists at CERN have stumbled upon five new particles. According to one of the researchers, the particles had been “hiding in plain sight”, and now that they have been discovered, they could serve to help illuminate some of the most fundamental parts of the universe. The discovery has...
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Posted Mar. 22, 2017

Must-see Museums: New York

There are many famous tourist destinations in New York City. Amongst them are New York’s world famous museums. But with so many to choose from, it can be hard to pick those that should make your list. Here are my must-see museums: New York edition!   American Museum of Natural History...
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Posted Mar. 1, 2017

Free speech rankings: Don’t silence, argue

Spiked has just released its 2017 ‘Free Speech University Rankings,’ with the result that over 63.5% of universities place ‘severe restrictions’ upon free speech, including Warwick. In response, NUS President Malia Bouattia penned a piece for the Independent explaining why she found the rankings to be nonsense and her defence...
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Posted Feb. 22, 2017

TV after Trump

Over the past few months, you haven’t been able to turn on the TV without the face of the new president staring back – for a man who prizes ratings and attention, this level of network coverage must be a dream. However, Trump will touch TV by more than just...
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Posted Feb. 20, 2017

Fifty Shades Darker: As absurd as its predecessor

A confession – I watched Fifty Shades of Grey when it came out. I wasn’t stupid – I had no preconceptions that it would actually be good – but it was a different level of poor. Stilted acting, a tedious plot, a complete lack of sexiness – any problem you...
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Posted Feb. 15, 2017

The Oscars 2017: Snubs of the year

Oscar season is now upon us and, for film fans, it’s now time to guess which films will claim the gold statues. There’s not too much mystery, though – musical La La Land is pretty much guaranteed most of the awards it is put up for (a film about how...
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Posted Jan. 31, 2017