Thousands of children will go hungry this Christmas, as the UK continues to struggle through the worst poverty rates in decades.
A Muslim minority in a majority Buddhist country, Myanmar’s Rohingya are perceived as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh by the government, and continue to face discriminatory policies despite International Court of Justice (ICJ) rulings.
Our politicians’ obsession with winning conforms to the belief that life’s a competition and the sooner you start focusing on that, the more likely you are to succeed. But this is a fallacy with increasingly damaging consequences.
While some organisations have inevitably been affected more than others, the fact of the matter is that nearly every firm has experienced a profound shift in how they do business.
We are living through difficult times with millions of people struggling with anxiety about the pandemic, job uncertainty, and isolation. And for young people in particular, times are tough.
If the ever-increasing spam call volume to landline numbers was not enough of a reason, the latest round of price increases from BT is proof that it is time to ditch the landline for good and move onto something better as soon as your contract is up.
Football is big business; from multi-million pound sponsorship deals, to outrageous transfer fees and astronomical weekly wages for the top players, there has never been more money in football than now. And every now and again a fan can win big as well.
The couch to 5k app is proving more popular than ever as people look to keep fit and get some fresh air despite the colder temperatures this year.
Rumours have emerged from a top secret “insider” in the Daily Mirror that the next season of Doctor Who will be the last with Jodie Whittaker playing the Time Lord, but the source did not provide any information on who was to replace the 38-year-old actress as the 14th Doctor. Could it be Michaela Coel, Kris Marshall, Richard Ayoade, or Michael Sheen?