The Wonder Of Science: A Childhood Revelation...

Sophie Allnut | Posted 11.10.2017 | UK Parents
Sophie Allnut

Life without science? Say what? The truth is, it would be difficult to imagine even a day untouched by science. Science itself is brilliant for children, in fact it is the perfect environment to encourage them to ask more questions, experiment, take calculated risks, make mistakes, celebrate success and to observe the wonder of the natural world around them.

What I Learned When I Became the Katie Hopkins of the Liberal Pro-EU Left (For a Day)

Paola Buonadonna | Posted 01.06.2016 | UK Politics
Paola Buonadonna

So far, so fun and games. No threats or violent language or anything. A light day at the office, really, for any aspiring Katie Hopkins of the liberal, pro-EU left. But on a more serious note, here are some interesting considerations that seem to me to emerge from the strength of the reaction and the nature of the criticism.

24 Things You Could Do After Maternity Leave

Soozi Baggs | Posted 29.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Soozi Baggs

Please don't stop at dreaming. Do something about it. There really are loads of opportunities out there which will help you to change your life for the better. I've distilled some of these ideas into a handy list for you. This is your 'what I could do after maternity leave' list. Read it, pick out a few, and develop them into your own ideas.

Why You Don't Need a 40-Page Business Plan to Launch a Successful Company

Andy Fox | Posted 04.06.2013 | UK
Andy Fox

Have you ever seen Theo Paphitis or Duncan Ballantyne invest on Dragon's Den after perusing a detailed 40-page business plan? No.

A Good Day To Die, Err, Angry?

James Peckham | Posted 14.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
James Peckham

Without getting bogged down in the logistics of each film, the entire point in Die Hard is that they are adult movies with profanity and violence abound. Controversially 5 has received this 12A rating, but why?

University Can Be a Worthwhile Experience, but There are Other Options out There

Lisa Tobias | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Lisa Tobias

It was tough being a young female going into business - especially going to the bank with my business plan and getting the funding together - but I felt so passionately (and still do) about what I do and it made me work even harder to succeed.

Christopher Nolan, an Auteur in Contemporary Cinema?‏

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 26.09.2012 | UK Entertainment
Preetam Kaushik

With the recent release of the final film in the highly acclaimed The Dark Knight Trilogy, Christopher Nolan has once again shown the world that superhero movies do not necessarily need to be about a whole lot of special effects and they can always chose realism over fantasy if and when one has to choose one of the two.

Man U IPO: The Red Devil's Desperate Attempt to Get Out of the Red

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 09.09.2012 | UK Sport
Preetam Kaushik

Amidst a season in which investors saw the fiasco that was the Facebook IPO, the recent news of the proposed listing of English football giants Manchester United on the New York Stock Exchange has raised a few eyebrows.

Change Management at Barclays

Claire Arnold | Posted 05.09.2012 | UK
Claire Arnold

In the wake of Mr Diamond's resignation, one of the most interesting things that stood out was the use of the word "franchise." Most of us with mortgages or loans for cars observe Barclays as a global business.

A Cruel and Reckless Fate: Army 2020

Richard Denny | Posted 05.09.2012 | UK
Richard Denny

Individuals that have provided years of loyal military service will have an extremely hard time accepting these upcoming redundancies and the slashing of historical traditions.

Dutch Company Win Rail Franchise Contract Over Two British Firms

PA | Posted 19.12.2011 | UK Politics

A rail franchise contract has been awarded to a Dutch company rather than to one of two British firms. Transport Minister Theresa Villiers said Abe...