You probably mostly forgot about the final Iron Man film, so let me remind you that it made over $1.2 billion dollars
I am an industrious freelance journalist who has written for the Financial Times Group, the Huffington Post and various other newspapers, magazines and online news sites. I have a First Class Degree in Journalism and the NCTJ 'gold standard' Diploma, which includes 100wpm shorthand. Interested in a range of topics, including politics, history, sport, entertainment, travel and food. My blog, detailing some of history's more obscure events and people, can be found at www.forgottenfinds.org.
What I find fascinating is the difference in tone many of these publications took when covering Theresa May's visit to Washington in January. Then, a leader of a large European country with a surprisingly fragile economy cosying up to Trump was seen as desperate. Now, it's being portrayed as a bromance. Why?
17/07/2017 15:33 BST
Manchester United are a bit like Brexit. Most of the time they're brought up, people either fall over themselves with delight or roll their eyes and act disgusted.
11/05/2017 11:53 BST
Which brings me to Gibraltar. British-owned since 1713, many Brits would rather the days of rationing were brought back than see Spain get their hands on the territory. Does Theresa agree with them? I'm not so sure, especially if it gets in the way of her proposals for a hard Brexit.
04/04/2017 16:06 BST
Trailing Theresa May in the polls and disliked by many in his own party, Corbyn desperately needs to change his image for the voters that aren't die-hard Labour supporters...
30/01/2017 12:41 GMT
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