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Undiscovered Capital Cities...Oh Wait

Kitiara Pascoe | Posted 14.04.2014 | UK
Kitiara Pascoe

It's naive to think that much of what you read is particularly truthful, unbiased, based on legitimacy or even marginally informative but The Independent definitely used to be a place you could go to for actual news, well thought-out opinions and a sense of pride in reporting.

How to Drink Like You're in Game of Thrones

BarChick | Posted 13.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Love it? Haven't seen it? Bored of talking about it? Everyone's on a Game of Thrones thing so why not drink like it. Whether you're digging it or not check out BarChick's cocktail guide, Game of Thrones-style; drink your way around the Seven Kingdoms, live like a Lannister or kick back Khaleesi-style, the choice is yours, but we say try the lot.

'Game of Thrones' Returns: And You Thought Last Time Was Bloody?

Charlie Lindlar | Posted 04.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Charlie Lindlar

Remember flailing your arms around and howling is despair when that cold bastard Roose Bolton plunged his blade into poor old Robb Stark's chest? Remember your heart dropping when his wife and unborn child were slaughtered before his eyes? Season three of Game of Thrones was pretty gross, pretty traumatic and a lot devastating. It was also incredible television. And now the show's back for more.

Is News Ruining Our Lives?

Jon Snow | Posted 04.03.2014 | UK
Jon Snow

We are amid the greatest revolution human life has ever known - the liberation of communication - in the hands of the many as well as that dangerous few. Yes of course the danger is there - the danger that what we call news maybe hijacked, distorted, lied about, propogandised. But today I argue that we stand at the dawn of the golden age of what we have come to describe as journalism. The mediation of information by individuals, collectives, groups, whom WE have the very individual powers to choose.

Russell Brand Didn't Cave to the System, He Hacked It

Katherine Sladden | Posted 20.02.2014 | UK Politics
Katherine Sladden

In Jon Snow's interview with Russell Brand last week the presenter accused the comedian of inconsistency for rallying against parliamentary democracy while asking people to sign a government e-petition. I think Jon missed the point. Russell Brand didn't play by the rules of our parliamentary system, he hacked it.

Russell Brand Vs Jon Snow: Comedian Loses His Temper

The Huffington Post UK | Charlotte Meredith | Posted 15.02.2014 | UK

In a heated interview last night, Russell Brand was left tongue-tied after being confronted over his latest campaign by veteran news anchor Jon Snow. ...

The World is Changing: Let Men Talk About It

Kirsty Morrissey | Posted 04.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kirsty Morrissey

It's easy to mock the Southbank Centre's Being A Man Festival that explores what it means to be a man in the twenty first century. Why mark out these three days, when they seem to be doing a pretty good job at dominating the other 362 of the year?

Jon Snow Talks Saudi Arabia And Sex

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.01.2014 | UK

Jon Snow has laid into Saudi Arabia, describing it as "the most odious regime in the world". The Channel 4 News anchor dismissed the nation as "peo...

WATCH: 15 Teleprompter Fails

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy

'The Wolf Of Wall Street' stars Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie came a cropper at the 2014 Golden Globes when their autocue failed on them. But of course...

Nelson Mandela: The Man Who Inspired My Generation

Jon Snow | Posted 04.02.2014 | UK
Jon Snow

Over two decades after his "walk to freedom", Nelson Mandela has walked his final mile. The impact of his death will reach far beyond the frontiers of South Africa. There will be tears, but celebration for one of the most remarkable lives of our time. Madiba, as he was fondly known, leaves us with a memory of the best in public life to which any human can aspire. His signal contribution to humankind, the embrace and sustaining of forgiveness for his own, and for his people's oppression.

WATCH: Charlie Brooker Tries To Teach Jon Snow To Play Video Games

Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.01.2014 | UK Tech

Charlie Brooker recently appeared on Channel 4 News in an attempt to teach venerable news reader Jon Snow to play video games. Jon Snow, by the way...

Selfie Awareness

Nimrod Kamer | Posted 01.11.2013 | UK Tech
Nimrod Kamer

Selfies are a pre-twerk-meme developed last year, it is a voyeuristic way of exposing one's self in different twists and crotches. It isn't a game as there are austere rules and regulations for doing one (a selfie).

Seamus Heaney: A Great Poet, Full of Light and Life

Jon Snow | Posted 30.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jon Snow

I was lucky enough to know Seamus Heaney; to interview him and even spend time with him and his wife, Maire.

WATCH: Channel Four News In Under Three Minutes

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 28.08.2013 | UK Comedy

Hurrah! Jake Yapp - the man who brought us Radio Four Today In Four Minutes - is back, and he's turned his attentions to Channel Four News. Click ...

WATCH: Jon Snow Does The Harlem Shake

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.04.2013 | UK Comedy

As if we needed another reason to love Jon Snow, along comes this video. Yes, everyone's favourite news presenter - well, ours, at least - got the ...

The News Report Tonight You Cannot Afford to Miss

Jon Snow | Posted 25.05.2013 | UK
Jon Snow

Nowhere describes Syria's disintegration as a nation more acutely than her shattered second city of Aleppo. No where describes the agony of Syria more acutely than that city's Darshifa Clinic. Despite the almost complete lack of medical staff, drugs, equipment and even sanitation, the clinic tends the cascades of brutally injured civilians and fighters alike pouring through its door.

Confessions Of A First Year Student - The Epitome Of Happiness

Eve Betts | Posted 19.05.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Eve Betts

So now we have a house on a road with trees lining the street and an alarming fascination with vintage furniture. It's almost as exciting as the time I thought Jon Snow winked at me in a guest lecture. He didn't.

Shall We Stuff the President?

Jon Snow | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Politics
Jon Snow

Lenin has suffered considerably down the years. An ear fell off some time ago and had to be re-attached. Kenyatta had to be embalmed and, how shall I put it - 'stuffed' during the night hours so that the crowds could file past during the day. As the Venezuelans commit to embalming Hugo Chavez, they should perhaps take note of what has happened to these once great men. Stuffing a president doesn't do him any good in the long run. A glass case in a military building on public display may not prove the kindest ending for Hugo.

Do We Have the Political Ambition to 'Get Britain Cycling'?

Adam Stones | Posted 07.05.2013 | UK Politics
Adam Stones

Levels of cycling in Britain are amongst the lowest across Europe - only 2% of us use a bike as our main method of getting around. In the Netherlands, 20 times more journeys are made by bike by people under 17 than in the UK. And the main reason for this is the perceived lack of safety.

Jon Snow 'Abducted' And 'Abused' When Six-Years-Old

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.02.2013 | UK

Jon Snow has described how the aftermath of the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal has forced him to confront a time when he himself was abused as a six-y...

Kraftwerk's Crafty Work: Crossing Generations

Jon Snow | Posted 13.04.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jon Snow

How can a band that was the rage 40 years ago still be relevant? The question was answered for 1,250 3D bespectacled fans, of whom I was one, on Friday night. The question is answered at every one of their eight night performances at Tate Modern in London.

WATCH: It's The League Of Extraordinary Television Presenters!

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.01.2013 | UK Comedy

Thought every idea for a TV format had been done? Think again! Take a look at our trailer for The League Of Extraordinary Television Presenters,starri...

After Newtown's Nightmare, Who Would Be Obama?

Jon Snow | Posted 16.02.2013 | UK Politics
Jon Snow

What is it about America that renders so powerful a nation so incapable of coping with its once brilliant Constitution?

A Legacy to Stand On?

Jon Snow | Posted 22.12.2012 | UK Sport
Jon Snow

OK so we have hosed ourselves down, celebrated Jonnie Peacock, Ellie Simmonds and so very many more. But beyond our fading emotions, stirred in a way not one of us ever anticipated, what's left? For myself, and I guess many others, I do consider disability differently, visible disability for sure. I'm not so sure anything has advanced with regard to the less visibly disabled people amongst us.

Does Channel 4 Newsreader Make Rude Gaffe Talking About Twitter?

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 02.09.2012 | UK

Twitter divides social media fans, with many failing to understand its 'followers' and 'favourites' let alone the broiling surge of a 'Twitter storm.'...