It is all too easy to blame the consumers who buy fast fashion. But sadly, it costs to shop with good morals. Blame should be pointed towards fast fashion companies, which cause the environmental damage — not at those who need to buy cheaper clothes.
Britain has many traditions around Christmas. Turkey and pigs in blankets for dinner, the John Lewis advert and having a drink before midday on Christmas Day are all things synonymous with this time of year.
Last week, the BBC published a comprehensive set of new rules to ensure “the highest possible standards of impartiality across the organisation”. These guidelines were to apply to all BBC employees, ranging from Laura Kuenssberg to Gary Lineker.
Before smartphones became a necessity to everyday life, it was much easier to focus exclusively on ourselves. This dependence makes it all the more difficult to tackle the problems they present us.
On the track, Lewis Hamilton has overtaken Michael Schumacher as the most successful driver in the sport’s history, meanwhile off it he has spearheaded calls for more diversity in the sport. These calls led to F1 announcing its We Race As One campaign before the season opener in June.