A student has solved what will be one of the biggest problems facing the human race in the next 100 years: How we'll look
I am not pledging allegiance to the French flag, my country of origin, or to the British flag, my host country. I am pledging allegiance to my family, my friends, my teachers, my colleagues, my partner, to all the people from the various backgrounds that constructed "me" into "me," the diverse and heterogeneous voices of my life.
Politicians do a disservice to the public to pretend otherwise. It is possible to celebrate difference while encouraging cohesion, but that is not by - out of fear or misplaced respect - ignoring the symbols that divide. It is possible to laud tolerance while criticizing those (flag-wavers?) who undermine it.
What's wrong with this picture? It's a Union Jack with a difference that's for sure and unfortunately it had been fluttering
Johnson: 'Celebrate the very best of what England has to offer' But why has England's saint been so ignored? Reasons abound
This St George's Day we - 22 very different faith organisations, plus anti-racist groups - are reclaiming St George, plus people of different ethnicities and different religions (even the Welsh!). St George does not belong to extremists.
The Australian flag isn't Australian, it's British. That big union jack in the corner has as much relevance to us as other typically British things like snow, Marmite, a bung economy, the Royal Family, talking about the weather, being miserable and Olympic Gold Medals.
Is the future of our flag in jeopardy? Has our flag become a logo that flogs cheap apparel during times of nationalism decided by marketing teams? If Scotland gain independence do we need to change the flag?
A YouTube video has been posted online that appears to show a supporter of Vladimir Putin's party, United Russia, being picked
Good lord! We know that Helen Mirren is a very hot lady - it's one of those celebrity facts, like 'Michelle Obama has wonderfully