Category Archive: News

Dec 19

Why Cybersecurity Can Win the Fight Against Islamic Extremism By Cosmo Clark

Cosmo Clark is a cybersecurity and cyber terrorism analyst and observer whose first novel, Blue Eyed Infidel, a satirical sci-fi thriller in the vein of Orwell’s 1984, hits the UK shelves this week. Here Clark (a pseudonym) argues that computers, not bombs, will win the war on terror. What do you think is the best …

Continue reading »

Sep 15

Hampshire style blogger shaves her head to raise vital funds for boy’s Stem Cell treatment

A 21-year-old girl has shaved her head in a bid to raise the £30,000 a young boy desperately needs for Stem Cell Treatment. Chloe Miles, from Aldershot, shaved her head to help her friend, four-year-old Enzo, from Odiham, who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when he was just a few months old. Chloe met Enzo …

Continue reading »

Sep 11

University Is Too Expensive and a Waste of Time, Say UK Graduates

BY ASTRID HALL One in four graduates now regret having gone to university, according to research. A survey found the most common reasons to rue time spent in further education are paying too much for their degree, wasting their time and making bad choices such as not choosing subject or institution more carefully. The study …

Continue reading »

Aug 14

Partypoker Announce Mike Sexton as New Chairman

After fifteen years as the voice of World Poker Tour, Mike Sexton is to take on the role of chairman of the organization that he helped to found in 2001.  He will be replaced by Tony Dundst, who had previously stood in for Sexton at the mic. Sexton speaks with genuine affection of his time …

Continue reading »

Jul 26

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch on as Land Rover BAR Rule The Waves In Portsmouth

Land Rover BAR Rule the Waves in Portsmouth Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch on as Sir Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup team take the series overall lead on previous leaders Emirates Team New Zealand and current Defenders Oracle Team USA Britain’s chances of winning the America’s Cup for the first time were given a significant …

Continue reading »

Jul 25

How School Bosses Spend Your Millions

An investigation by Channel 4 Dispatches can reveal that some bosses of academy schools are spending taxpayers’ money on luxury hotels, top-end restaurants, first class travel and executive cars. The Academies programme may have started under Labour, but it was pushed through a rapid expansion by David Cameron. In just five years the numbers have …

Continue reading »

Jun 22

EU Referendum – If You Really Believe in Democracy There is Only One Way You Can Vote on Thursday

A couple of months ago I began this EU campaign genuinely undecided about how I would vote. I knew we sent the EU quite a lot of money and that it was bureaucratic. But I also believed fully in the idea that we were stronger together and that free trade is usually a good thing. After …

Continue reading »

Jun 17

This Is The Average 40-Year-Old

After our article about millennials earlier in the week, we now bring the stats about 40-somethings. And they are having it tough too. Pay inequality is an issue. The average 40 something is not earning a lot. In fact, men are earning an average of £28,460, but women are earning an average of £21,629. A …

Continue reading »

Older posts «