London’s Natural History Museum has been forced to rethink the entry requirements for its Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards. Once again, a prizewinning entry has been subsequently disqualified. That image, entered in the 2017 competition and called The Night…
The Kremlin has angrily accused the British Government of assassinating an ex-MI6 double agent, resident in Moscow. Alexei Smithski was crushed to death last week when a large, trapezoidal, cast iron weight, labelled ‘10 Tons’ fell on his head. Moscow…
Sir Hugh Robertson, Chair of the British Olympic Association, today conceded that running, as a spectator sport, is boring.
A larming new intelligence has linked North Korea to the upsurge in UK cycling.
UK government plans to combat fake news have required re-evaluation in the face of challenges from all sectors of society.
Karen Bradley, the UK Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, today celebrated the success of the government’s ‘Sport for Everyone’ initiative with a reception at Westminster.
Recent surveys of UK public opinion have consistently confirmed that Jeremy Corbyn is increasingly gaining support from most sectors of British society. Several major political thinktanks have urgently addressed themselves to understanding the reasons behind this surprise phenomenon.
There comes a day in the life of many top executives, both in the public and private sectors, when aspects of professional conduct within their organisations are exposed and interpreted by the media and public in an irrationally negative light….
An increasing number of people in the UK are declining to express definite opinions when asked about complex issues of which they know little. TV journalists first began to detect this phenomenon in early 2017 when undertaking random street interviews.
The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has revealed that it is investigating nearly five hundred UK farms. All the investigations relate to the illegal claiming of EU farm subsidies.