Will the Growth of Private Schooling Help Achieve Quality, Universal and Free Education?

Aaron Benavot | Posted 30.09.2016 | UK
Aaron Benavot

Last week, world leaders put their signature to 169 targets for the next 15 years. One of the education targets stands out in its scale of ambition: "...

Michael Gove's Cheeks, Katie Hopkins' Mouth and David Starkey's Brain

Oliver Beach | Posted 22.08.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Oliver Beach

Wellington College was an inspirational setting for the Sunday Times' Education Festival 2014. It could also be heavily featured in a documentary titled, 'Where Pink Chinos Live Forever', yet was a magical setting for the wizards of the education world...

Modern Design and a Lack of Privacy

Zahid Ayden | Posted 19.08.2014 | UK Politics
Zahid Ayden

The self-proclamation of freedom is a cherished right we have in a modern democratic country where we are able to express religious values, disenfranchisement with the Monarchy, criticism of the government and an expression of individual identity without persecution.

The Self Regulation of the UK Private Investigation Industry

Anthony Smith | Posted 23.06.2014 | UK
Anthony Smith

With a keen interest in the overall well-being and activities of my chosen profession as a private investigator, I take great interest and find relief in the annual investigator agency profiles that we commission every year at Insight Investigations. Particularly with the upcoming law changes meaning that Private Investigators will be recognised as a licensed profession...

Should I Hire a Common Entrance Tutor?

Alex Dyer | Posted 07.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Alex Dyer

A personal tutor can often find a weak area and address the problem when a teacher (however gifted) can overlook this in a noisy, demanding class of 20 children.

Private Schools vs State Schools: A Student's Riposte to Murray and O'Farrell

Tom Davies | Posted 30.09.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Tom Davies

At present, state education does not match up to private schools in terms of academic provision. Until they do, parents who are lucky enough to be able to make the choice must make a value judgment. However, once you've made your choice, don't let your decision distort your take on reality à la Murray and O'Farrell.

Are Dentists 'Misleading Patients' About NHS Entitlements?

PA | Posted 29.05.2012 | UK

Dentists may be deliberately misleading their patients about their NHS entitlements to prompt them to pay for private care, a watchdog has said. Ha...

For Sale: Your Digital DNA

Matthew Hussey | Posted 29.04.2012 | UK Tech
Matthew Hussey

If you've ever posted a photo on Facebook, used social networking, posted a comment on any website, published anything or played one of the millions of apps currently floating around Apple's app store, then chances are, you've been hacked.