A key feature of modern global politics has been its increasing polarisation. Debates over what now seem like mere tweaks to policy have given way to divisive rhetoric and sloganeering, the return of traditional political ideologies such as Marxism on the left and fascism on the right, and a more personal, more aggressive form of […]
Today is my daughter’s first day at nursery. At 10 months old she doesn’t know what is going on, only that after a lifetime of constant love and affection, Mummy has left her side. While my heart is in my mouth as I walk home, feeling naked without a buggy or the comforting weight of […]
The small fella needed to renew his passport. A true sign of the times when you’re not even four and you’re already on your second piece of international documentation. The photos made for a fun comparison – our little man, more ‘himself’ now with his curly head and emerging freckles and still-little nose. Much less […]
Asos, Wrangler and Primark are among the major fashion brands that are becoming more transparent about their supply chains, according to a report published today [Monday 23 April] to mark Fashion Revolution Week. But the third annual Fashion Transparency Index, which ranked 150 major global brands according to how much they are willing to reveal about […]
Young women are not seeking help for menstrual symptoms they’re concerned about, including heavy or irregular bleeding and severe pain, because of the shame and silence around periods. A new survey by girls’ rights charity Plan International UK revealed the majority (79%) of girls and young women have experienced symptoms linked to their period that worried them, […]
The Health Secretary has accused companies including Facebook and Instagram of ‘turning a blind eye’ to the harm being done to ‘a whole generation of children’.
Former minister David Mellor, pictured, welcomed the change. He said the policy of automatic belief ‘invites time wasters and it is an invitation to cranks to come forward with ridiculous claims’.
A 35-year-old man was arrested for driving his grey BMW onto the pitch after the final whistle of the grudge local derby at the Cornelly United ground in North Cornelly, South Wales.