There is a wide gap in the UK between the rich and the poor, particularly in London, where poverty and wealth live side-by-side. It is the richest city in the country but also its most unequal. A family could live in a modern property worth £2m and just down the road, three small children could be sharing a damp bedsit
Politicians have a long history of swearing. Surreptitious recordings of the White House during the Johnson and Nixon administrations in the 1960s and ‘70s document extensive
There are two types of thieves in this world. There are those who steal your everyday belongings like money, credit cards, laptops, televisions and mobile phones. We tend to lock these
Why do good people take bad money? And what are the insidious effects of doing so? These are puzzles surrounding Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender, who so easily insinuated
If we’re totally honest, we must admit that society isn’t really very nice, nor is it qualified to pass judgement on other people. But despite this lack of qualification we get judged for our looks, our education, the way we speak, what we eat, how we
They use filter or edit to even out their skin tone, reshape their jaw or nose, shave off weight, brighten or bronze their skin, and their whiten teeth, the study indicated.
Elucidating what love is a question that seems to have existed since the creation of the world, and an unambiguous answer to which has not yet been found. Millions of pages are devoted to this fundamental problem: the notion of love is encountered both
You can have total recall. Well not quite but if you’re about to take exams or need to learn something for work, rest assured that there are effective ways of recalling information better than parrot fashion learning.
Buyer’s remorse often sounds like a cliché but in reality it is anything but. In fact, instead of calling it ‘buyer’s remorse’ perhaps it should be called ‘buyers nightmare in returning goods’. Some shops make it relatively easy to return unwanted or faulty goods.
In a brilliant essay about care homes, written in 2009, AA Gill asked his readers to play a game. Go out into the street, find an old person and try to guess their age. His point was this: while most of us could probably spot the difference between a 21-year-old