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An Escape From One English Winter Became Ten Years In Mexico

Harmeet Kaur Sidhu | Posted 17.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Harmeet Kaur Sidhu

Mid-January, ten years ago, the colours and sunshine of my first day in San Miguel had me pinned. A week later, I met the person who was to become my husband. Today, we are raising three young children.

London, The New Romantic Hotspot of the World

Good Hotel Guide | Posted 10.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Good Hotel Guide

London has heaps of history, a bucketload of charm, photo opportunities by the dozen and so much romance to offer that you could echo Samuel Johnson's famous quote: "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life."

The North/South Divide Is Dangerously Simplistic

Dan Holden | Posted 29.01.2015 | UK Politics
Dan Holden

There is no uniform rule, not all Northern cities perform badly, not all big cities necessarily have more jobs; all I know is that if we are going to fix this economic mess we are in, we are going to have to grow out of focussing on the North/South divide.

Life on Lake Victoria

Joanne Dwyer | Posted 29.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Joanne Dwyer

Ours has been a bumpy ride. Though it seems small in comparison to what followed, the first obstacle we encountered reared its head when the Kenyan government stopped issuing work permits.

The Queen Disbands The Monarchy

Fearghas Kelly | Posted 27.01.2015 | UK Comedy
Fearghas Kelly

Charles, Former Prince of Wales, also looked to the future: "I want a real job. I'm 66 and I feel like I have no purpose in life.

What to Do in Cornwall When It's Raining

Good Hotel Guide | Posted 22.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Good Hotel Guide

The gorgeous county of Cornwall is perfect for a holiday when the weather is good - head to the beaches to catch some surf, meander along the clifftop Cornish Coast path or simply take a picnic to a beauty spot to soak in the scenery.

Have Larks in the Parks of London

Good Hotel Guide | Posted 13.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Good Hotel Guide

When you think of visiting London you might imagine high-rise buildings like The Shard and The Gherkin, shopping areas like Oxford Street and Westfield or busy tourist attractions like The Tower of London or Buckingham Palace.

Being a Footballer Is Not a Human Right: Say No to Signing Ched Evans

Jilly Luke | Posted 05.01.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Jilly Luke

We do not owe Ched Evans anything more than is due to him under the law and being a footballer is not a fundamental human right. Being celebrated and re-elevated to the life of luxury that you decided to jack off when you raped someone is not a fundamental human right...

How Will The Global Economy Do Next Year? Here's What You Need To Know

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 30.12.2014 | UK Politics

The world can be a scary place, George Osborne seems to like suggesting, with every other economy in choppy waters as Britain's economy enjoys increas...

What's the Problem With a Federal UK? England!

Simon Phillips-Hughes | Posted 13.02.2015 | UK Politics
Simon Phillips-Hughes

The man who would be king of Scotland has proved himself once again to be a politician's politician. The statesmanship Alex Salmond showed by resigning at the end of an unsuccessful referendum has been matched only by his realpolitik in returning to Westminster politics...

This Time Lapse Of London Is Just Beautiful

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 12.12.2014 | UK Tech

Photographer and film-maker Richard Bentley decided that at long last it was about time he turned his lens on the city he loves. His focus for this...

Making Space for the Meaning in Madness

Dr Jay Watts | Posted 26.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Jay Watts

Understanding Psychosis destabilises such hope-crushing ideas that schizophrenia is a brain disease. How? Firstly, the report takes seriously the main biological theories, weighing up the evidence base before concluding that there is no proven biological abnormality associated with schizophrenia.

The UK's Chance for an Ocean Legacy

Jo Royle | Posted 24.01.2015 | UK
Jo Royle

The Claymore II had an impressive roll on as she trundled through a messy South Pacific Ocean toward Pitcairn, one of the world's most remote inhabited islands. I was aboard the 12-passenger working vessel nearing the end of the three-day journey from London to Pitcairn, a British overseas territory at the center of a proposal to create the world's largest marine reserve.

England Rugby, A Year Before the World Cup

Phil Lovely | Posted 24.01.2015 | UK Sport
Phil Lovely

England have two major problems that I am not sure can fixed. They concede too many tries, the great England side of 2003 were miserly in giving away points. The other major issue if the lack of decision makers. Over the past two weeks, time after time chances have gone begging because players are making the wrong decisions at key times.

Why Wayne Rooney Should Not Be Scapegoated for England's Failures

Joe Cooper | Posted 20.01.2015 | UK Sport
Joe Cooper

If Wayne Rooney had been Argentinian or Brazilian, he may well have been the poster boy of a football mad nation. Unfortunately for Wayne, however, he's English and gets lambasted after almost every performance.

Watch Neville Give Wilshere A Telling Off For Listening To Some Tunes

The Huffington Post UK | Ryan Barrell | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK Sport

Arsenal star Jack Wilshere was strutting around Celtic Park wearing earphones ahead of last night's England match against Scotland. Assistant coach...

Stop Youth Homelessness Before It Starts

Rick Henderson | Posted 17.01.2015 | UK Politics
Rick Henderson

We believe that schools and other agencies working with young people could play a key part in the prevention of homelessness. Education about the realities of being homeless, as well as early identification of young people most at risk could make a significant difference.

PHOTOS: Scotland v England In Pictures

The Huffington Post | Elliot Wagland | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK Sport

Wayne Rooney scored twice as England beat Scotland 3-1 at Celtic Park on Tuesday night. Rooney moved within four goals of Bobby Charlton's England ...

England Fans Sing 'F*** The IRA' At Celtic Park

PA | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK Sport

Tensions ran high as Scotland played rivals England in Glasgow amid reports of anti-IRA chanting by some fans. Each side booed the respective singing ...

A Tour of South Devon

Lucy Self | Posted 17.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Self

Despite feeling very strongly about it (note the exclamation points!) - I'm not going to say it's the best place in the UK. Just thank it profusely for being my own personal spur to start exploring this brilliant land we live on. So before I exhaust my store of superlatives for South Devon, here's some things you should definitely take note of if you're planning a trip down there...

England Could Be Out Of The 2018 World Cup In Record Time...

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 17.11.2014 | UK Sport

The whole of Europe should boycott the next World Cup if Fifa does not root out the corruption that makes it "beyond ridicule", the former head of the...

Will the Kiwis Pass the Ball Yet?

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 12.01.2015 | UK Sport
Preetam Kaushik

When one looks at the stats of New Zealand having arrived on the world rugby scene, it must fill the heart of a sports fan with pride. This country, which has simply one quarter of a population of London, get there to conquer the field?

Fifa's Whitewash Report Won't Convince Anyone

Damian Collins | Posted 13.01.2015 | UK Politics
Damian Collins

Allegations have been made of millions of dollars of improper payments to Fifa officials who were involved in the process of voting for the winning bids. We are no closer today to knowing whether or not these allegations are true or false. Fifa has investigated itself and not surprisingly found itself to be not guilty.

How to Choose the Right Hotel Wedding Venue

Good Hotel Guide | Posted 10.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Good Hotel Guide

When it comes to planning the big day, there's nothing so hard as choosing the wedding venue. get it right and the day runs smoothly - get it wrong and you can land yourself with an expensive bill for mediocre service.

Sexual Violence Against Women - Solving the Problem (Part Two)

Jessica Chan | Posted 04.01.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Jessica Chan

I think it is vital that we involve those directly at the centre of the issue - we must include women in discussions, and even in leadership roles, centred on the issue of sexual violence against women.