70 Years On: Why the UN Matters

Alex Ratcliffe | Posted 21.10.2015 | UK Politics
Alex Ratcliffe

The United Nations brings everyone to the table, and asks the world's representatives to go beyond personal, sectarian and nationalistic concerns to realize the greater good. If we are not vocal, affirmative and practical in our support of this institution, then as Sir Jeremy Greenstock said, "we are not looking after our world or our children's world". A stronger UN has to mean a better world.

'William's Been Practising His Dance Moves'

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.06.2012 | UK

The Duke of Cambridge has been practising his dance moves ahead of their visit to the Solomon Islands, the Duchess revealed today, as the couple met d...

Drama School Training: Only for Rich Kids?

Josh Boyd-Rochford | Posted 17.09.2011 | UK
Josh Boyd-Rochford

Access to drama training cannot become the preserve of the privileged few. Our most prestigious drama schools will be among the third of UK universities who will, from 2012, be charging the maximum yearly tuition fee allowed by the government. An equilibrium must be maintained where talent, not worth, is the primary means test.