Suban Abdulla

Multimedia Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

Online City content editor at PA for Microsoft News. previously, Birmingham Live and freelance

Interested in women's & BAME issues, current & foreign affairs, education & health, investigative journalism

LLB (Hons) Law and NCTJ

Portfolio

Daily Express

BBC

Freelance

Soraïa
02/23/2018
These are the most and least expensive roads in the West Midlands

Solihull which boasts several of West Midland's own Millionaire Rows has a whopping six of the most-expensive roads in the region, with Ladywood Road in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham placing first. Ladywood Road is classed as the most expensive road in the West Midlands with sales from three properties averaging £1.5 million.

Soraïa
03/21/2018
FinTech Wesleyan sign Women in Finance Charter to reduce gender imbalance

Wesleyan, the specialised financial service mutual has signed the Women in Finance Charter promising to reach 33 per cent female representation in senior management by 2023. The Women in finance Charter is a commitment to provide a diverse, inclusive and gender balanced financial services sector by signatory firms and HM Treasury.

Soraïa
05/18/2018
The decline of brick and mortar shops and the effects of online shopping

UK High Streets have seen a rapid decline in stores shutting down, most of it is due to a decline in customer spend, rise in online shopping and higher rate of taxes and inflation. Shops such as Mothercare, Toys R Us, Babies R Us, Maplin, Clair's and BHS have gone into administration and permanently closed...

Soraïa
03/30/2018
A Rise in Institutional Racism or Hidden in Plain Sight?

Black students nationwide are using social-media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook to highlight and expose racism as they continue to be subjected to ongoing institutional racism. Despite blanket endorsements promoting inclusivity and diversity, British universities are failing to recognise and tackle racism and have become hubs for social and racial apartheid.

Soraïa
04/20/2018
Benefit to raise money for Look Good Feel Better and Refuge

The Bold is Beautiful Project will have all pink pop up stores across the country from 27th of April to 27th of May 2018 and 100% of the proceeds will go towards women's charities. Several brands have donated to the project including: ASOS, Debenhams, Nails Inc, Agent Provocateur, Krispy Kreme, GHD, Shuh, the Cambridge Satchel Company and the London Evening Standard.

Soraïa
05/18/2018
Women Against Brexit Rally At The European House

Women organisations came together on Sunday 13 th May to campaign for a people's vote on the final Brexit repeal deal. Our Future Our Choice, Women 4 Europe and Britain for Europe organised the rally at the European House in London.

Soraïa
05/13/2018
Mental Health Awareness Week

For this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, the theme is Stress, and how we are coping with it. Mental Health Awareness Week starts on Monday the 14 th of May and will last to Sunday 20 th of May.

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