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Benedict Brogan Heads List Of High-Profile Journalists Cut From Telegraph

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 18.06.2014 | UK

The Telegraph has cut high-profile journalists, including its deputy editor Benedict Brogan and blogs editor Damian Thompson, in the latest cull of jo...

Mehdi Hasan

Cabinet Secretary Accused Of Advocating 'Extreme' Austerity

HuffingtonPost.com | Mehdi Hasan | Posted 03.07.2013 | UK Politics

The country's most powerful mandarin has been accused of breaching civil service political neutrality by publicly advocating austerity measures more "...

Lucy Sherriff

Would You Pay?

HuffingtonPost.com | Lucy Sherriff | Posted 28.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education

On Wednesday, the Daily Telegraph announced its intention to launch a paywall while The Sun's chief executive hinted the tabloid could also start maki...

Why Women Apparently Don't Cycle... According to The Telegraph

Lucy Sherriff | Posted 25.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Sherriff

Meet cycling enthusiast Cathy Bussey, who, on Monday, wrote a piece for the Telegraph. Apparently, "it's not just high heels and road safety fears that stops normal women from getting on bikes". Take note the young influential teenage girl who may be reading this: if you don't wear high heels, you're not normal, ok?

'We Need A Good Christmas Present'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.12.2012 | UK Sport

Arsenal's abysmal season continued on Tuesday night after they lost their Champions League clash with Olympiakos 2-1. Although they still managed t...

Quintessentially British

Freddie Clamp | Posted 24.08.2012 | UK Sport
Freddie Clamp

Sipping Earl Grey from a china mug whilst reading the Telegraph following a strenuous coffee morning at the Country Club - stereotypically British. True, this is a stereotype that would be recognised worldwide, but as a sports fan what does it mean to be quintessentially British?

Dealing With Water Shortages: A Lesson From Western Australia

Tim Leunig | Posted 19.06.2012 | UK Politics
Tim Leunig

I recently wrote a paper outlining an alternative to the hosepipe ban. I proposed that rather than impose a crude universal hosepipe ban, water companies should incentivise business users to use less water, and if necessary charge households that use particularly high amounts of water more per unit.

Benefits: In Defence of the Fake Disabled

Jason Reed | Posted 02.04.2012 | UK Politics
Jason Reed

It's no coincidence that the word 'benefit' is now a dirty word, and by proxy, it now defines the disabled. If you're on benefits, then you are a lowlife by default.

PICTURES: Lost In Translation - Signs From Around The World

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 29.11.2011 | UK

People pedantic about punctuation have long been on the warpath for signs bearing grammatical-errors but these posters take mistakes to a whole new le...