Carla Buzasi

David Cameron will be planning more holidays if things carry on like this. While the PM has been out of office for the summer, his popularity ratings have taken an unexpected turn for the better, leaving poor Ed Miliband with egg on his face... quite literally this week. With the housing market on the up, and the entire country enjoying the kind of feel-good factor only a summer of sun and a royal baby can muster up, a survey this week by the ICM and the Guardian showed 40% of the electorate have economic confidence in the government, while only 24% have the same trust in Miliband and Ed Balls.
"Behind every successful man, there stands a woman", so the quote stood, and yet we have never quite redefined that for the successful women. Who stands behind them, or perhaps it's more a case of who stood before them. It was this debate we had in mind when we started thinking about a new video series for HuffPost UK's women channel, and so the idea was born for our new Inspirational Women series.
Has it become more difficult to get your message noticed in recent years? After all, the marketplace is more crowded and
The Huffington Post UK is celebrating after fighting off stiff competition to win a major media award. Just weeks before
In our new ‘My Life' section, HuffPost UK Lifestyle asks successful women to step off their pedestals for a few minutes, and
Ten years on, we meet to ask 'was it worth it?' Presumably not for the many hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians killed in the conflict. The figures may vary (Iraq Body Count put the number at around 120,000 while the Lancet counted upwards of 600,000) but the story is one of devastation nonetheless.
Ten years on since the invasion of Iraq, the question still remains as to whether or not the war was worth it. The Huffington
Headline news this week: in relationships where men do more housework, couples tend to have less sex. That was the groundbreaking insight from experts at the University of Washington, and later published in the American Sociological Review. Having spent three years nursing large volumes of Shakespeare (and the odd hangover) around my university, coming out at the end with essentially a degree in reading, it's always interesting to read what spurious statistics come out of the 'serious' part of college campuses.
Ten years on since the invasion of Iraq, the question still remains as to whether or not the war was worth it. The Huffington
If proof were needed that the world can be a better place when we take our modern way of communicating and channel it in the right direction, witness yesterday's 'Malala Day'.