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LOOK: The FT Was Fantastically British About D-Day

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 06.06.2014 | UK Politics

The world is gathering today to remember seventy years ago, when soldiers carried out the D-Day landings, an audacious incursion into Nazi-occupied Fr...

The Cost of 'Free' PR

Gavin Devine | Posted 10.06.2014 | UK
Gavin Devine

The FT article on Monday by Emma Jacobs 'Publicity is free with no PRs' about the value or otherwise that PR professionals bring to their clients, was an entertaining read. But whether it painted an accurate picture of the usefulness of PR and communications, or even reflected a widely held opinion, is a different matter.

A Road Forward for Apprenticeships

Dessislava Bell | Posted 28.05.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Dessislava Bell

Although public opinion still seems to hold higher education in greater regard than apprenticeships, evidence suggests this is partly due to the lack of information people receive.

Older Women Artists and The Art Of Living

Ana Tzarev | Posted 23.12.2012 | Home
Ana Tzarev

I encourage everyone who aspires to create, from young upstarts to OWAs like me, to keep pursuing your passions.

Good Environmental News

Christina Robert | Posted 28.09.2012 | UK
Christina Robert

The only reason Shell and the others can even think about drilling up there is of course because the sea ice has melted. As we know the ice has melted because we are burning too much oil.

Feeling a Little Underwhelmed by Ramsay's @BreadStKitchen

Rachel Wilson-Couch | Posted 04.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Rachel Wilson-Couch

After a recent and brief foray into Asia on our TVs, Ramsay has disappeared behind our TV screens to build an empire of food. The BSK is just this: a sexy theatrical warehouse hung with reclaimed lightshades, lamps and iron bars to the tunes of dance music and moody (mostly green) lighting.