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The level of toxicity, especially in politics, is increasing and nothing is being done to try to reverse the trend
I've been reflecting on the announcement from Oxford Dictionaries that, courtesy of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump
My fear is only that we are putting out images that strive to hide anything anyone anywhere may think of as flawed. We are transforming the selfie from something strong and good and fun into just another outlet for the perseverance of perfection. Not to mention, we are destroying another art form: the candid photo.
Because nothing says you appreciate your privileged life like taking a picture in front of someone sleeping on the ground
Germany has dropped a 63-letter word which refers to the “law for the delegation of monitoring beef labelling”. Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz
As 1 April nears you may be planning the perfect joke, hoax, or act of revenge. If so - and if you're looking for inspiration - may we recommend some of British history's finest hoaxers, courtesy of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
With even more rules and regulations being introduced for motorcycle licences, it would seem that it is becoming increasingly difficult to get onto two wheels. 2013 saw the introduction of 3DLD a.k.a. regulations to limit the power of the machine that you can ride at certain ages, but is it really harder than ever before?
omnishambles noun, informal a situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged, characterized by a string of blunders and