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Want to Increase Diversity in the Arts? Get Local

Natalie Wade | Posted 15.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Natalie Wade

We can argue the reasons for this situation until the proverbial cows come home. But what is indisputable is the transformative impact that art and culture has on these young people's lives.

State School to Pick Pupils on Rowing Ability - Why Your School Should Do the Same

Nathaniel Reilly-O'Donnell | Posted 03.12.2014 | UK Sport
Nathaniel Reilly-O'Donnell

I encourage any school to dare to be, be that school that offers challenges for their pupils to conquer, the school that prepares children for the world as well as their GCSEs. Creating the employees and employers you want to work with won't be solely done in the isolation of a classroom, nobody said "go work for her, she was great at GCSE physics".

PM Urged To Hand Back £1.5m Donation From 'Antisemitic' Wigan Boss

The Huffington Post UK | Charlotte Meredith | Posted 22.11.2014 | UK Politics

David Cameron is under pressure to give up £1.5 million in donations from businessman Dave Whelan amid allegations of racist comments by the Wigan At...

Wigan Boss Dave Whelan May Need A Bigger Shovel After Latest 'Apology'

The Huffington Post UK | Charlotte Meredith | Posted 21.11.2014 | UK Sport

Dave Whelan, the multimillionaire owner of Wigan Athletic Football Club, has given a questionable apology after being accused of anti-Semitism while a...

Wigan Owner Accused Of Anti-Semitism

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 20.11.2014 | UK Sport

Dave Whelan, the multimillionaire owner of Wigan Athletic football club, has been accuse of anti-Semitism after he made comments to a national newspap...

Hating Islam Is Not Similar to Racism, Andrew Brown

Sebastian Murphy-Bates | Posted 07.11.2014 | UK
Sebastian Murphy-Bates

The Guardian's Andrew Brown should apologise for equating hatred of Islam with hatred of "black people".

'Don't Call Me a Cheat or a Fraud' Q&A With Sally Morgan

Hannah Gal | Posted 29.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hannah Gal

I often say that my show is not about a belief system and I stand by this. For me it is about sharing the possibility of an afterlife. I ask people to come along with an open mind and allow people to make their own minds up/

Scientists' 17 Year Contest To Sneak Bob Dylan References Into Papers

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Tech

A group of scientists have revealed a long-running competition to place the most Bob Dylan quotes into their articles with the winner getting a free l...

Guardian Membership: Now Other Newspapers Follow Suit

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.09.2014 | UK Comedy

The Guardian has launched a membership scheme - with three tiers of member: Friend, Patron and Partner. HuffPost UK Comedy can exclusively reveal t...

Camp Bestival: Culinary Round Up

Lucy Self | Posted 26.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Self

Before I begin the account of my first festival experience, it might be a good time to explain why my 28-year-old, party-adoring, find-any-excuse-to-drink-before-midday self has taken so long to get pitched. You see, I thought they were all about the music.

The Long Wait for LinkedIn Long-Form Posts

Geoffrey Wadhurst | Posted 17.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Geoffrey Wadhurst

I use this inspiring quote not infrequently with clients. I say "clients" but, as I may have mentioned in earlier posts, my sole client remains my friend Keith with whom I continue to climb his Everest-scale cynicism.

The Internationalisation of Press

Barry Whyte | Posted 02.10.2014 | UK
Barry Whyte

Only in the past couple of years have the rise of digital networks really facilitated the internationalisation of press... Not only are consumers reading online newspapers in growing numbers, but interestingly, their primary online newspaper is increasingly likely to be based in a country other than their own.

'How Can A Civilised Country Call This Proportional?' The Newspaper That Wrote This Might Shock You

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 31.07.2014 | UK

Could this be the conflict that finally turns the UK press against Israel? Some of Britain's most hawkish and traditionally pro-Israel newspapers ...

The NSA Have Been Gawking At Your Nude Photos

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 18.07.2014 | UK Tech

Edward Snowden, the former NSA systems administrator and whistleblower has revealed that during his time at the NSA employees would regularly share nu...

Scrap the BBC Licence Fee: Pay More, Get Less

Robin Lustig | Posted 10.09.2014 | UK
Robin Lustig

As a sales pitch, perhaps it leaves something to be desired. "Pay more, get less." Who could resist? Yet for reasons that I have never understood, that's exactly what's on offer from those people who argue that it's time to scrap the BBC licence fee and switch to some form of subscription-based financing.

What Does 'The End of Hipster' Mean for 'Mipsterz'?

Furquan Akhtar | Posted 05.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Furquan Akhtar

Personal experiences of hipsters are a far cry from Williamsburg, New York but instead it was like watching pockets of East London being swallowed up by a swarm of skinny jean wearing, flat white drinking locusts. As preened men were dubbed "Metrosexuals" and "scallies" evolved into "Chavs"; in my circle "Indie" became "Hipster".

(VIDEO) Guardian's Cordrey On News Readers' Daily Rhythm

Andy Plesser | Posted 22.08.2014 | UK
Andy Plesser

LONDON -- Users' news consumption habits are shaped by their devices and the time of day, says Guardian chief digital officer Tanya Cordrey. "In the ...

The Rabid Dog and the Dead Mockingbird

Charley-Kai John | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Charley-Kai John

Michael Gove's intention to axe American Classics (To Kill A Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men and The Crucible) from the GCSE English Literature syllabus ...

The EU Election Was Like an Over-Complicated Board Game: Voters Either Messed Around, Or Opted Out

Clare Finney | Posted 30.07.2014 | UK Politics
Clare Finney

There is always someone who, around that time on Christmas Day night when you're so drunk you are already hungover, decides to introduce that board ga...

Guardian 'Should Be Blacklisted', Government Press Chief Says

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 20.05.2014 | UK

The Guardian newspaper should be "blackballed" and prevented from joining the new press regulatory body because "day after day, it gets its facts wron...

'We Wouldn't Judge Newcastle On The Basis Of Geordie Shore' - Napoli Outraged By Guardian's 'Mafia' Description Over Welbeck Rumour

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 02.05.2014 | UK Sport

Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck is at the centre of another bizarre English media storm, with Napoli outraged the Guardian referred to them as...

Why Made in Britain is Good for Business

Tiffany London | Posted 24.06.2014 | UK
Tiffany London

The 'Made in Britain' label, it seems, is making a comeback. Marks & Spencer has done it for the high street, Mary Portas has done it for knickers, and my maternity wear label Tiffany Rose has done it for the plethora of pregnant women out there looking for beautiful, flattering and well-made dresses.

The Liberal Media: US Imperialism's Biggest Cheerleaders

Ian Sinclair | Posted 24.06.2014 | UK Politics
Ian Sinclair

In his essential book on UK foreign policy, Web of Deceit: Britain's Real Role in the World, historian Mark Curtis notes "the ideological system promo...

Millennials and New Media: Open For Comment

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 22.06.2014 | UK Tech
Preetam Kaushik

Millennials are changing forever the way we consume media and nowhere is this change more apparent than in the domain of user generated content (UGC) and online user engagement.

Why Universities Are Wrong to Ban The Sun

David Spereall | Posted 20.06.2014 | UK Universities & Education
David Spereall

Banning things because you don't agree with them sets a dangerous precedent. Exiling The Sun because of page three at a uni's campus of a few thousand people may appear to be a fairly innocuous move in the grand scheme of things, but there is a key principle at stake here.