Tag Archives: England

Striving for the second star

In the aftermath of Euro 2016, it seemed clear the necessity for England to be driven along a fresh direction might    ... more

Turning the other cheek

The East London Mosque, located on Whitechapel Road, may have been a religious ground which has faced adversity since its first    ... more

Thawing through the law

Last week, the landmark case regarding the cryonic freezing of a terminal 14 year-old was settled by the Honorable Mr. Justice    ... more

History and Hallowe’en

Each year at the end of October, families and friends of all ages aim to come together in order to celebrate    ... more

The road to Russia

England opened their 2018 World Cup qualification campaign with a 1-0 victory away to Slovakia. In doing so, Allardyce was victorious in    ... more

Coaching a new direction

Sam Allardyce was recently appointed England manager, predominantly due to his track record of changing the fortunes of football teams. He    ... more

A leg to stand on

An innovative prosthetic leg design that anchors directly onto the bone has just been approved by the FDA. The design may    ... more

Spark of mystery

In a world-first, researchers appear to have discovered a material that may act as both a conductor and an insulator simultaneously,    ... more

New blood

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has announced the first trial to give synthetic blood to human volunteers. Scientists are aiming    ... more

Teenage breakthrough

As a 15-year-old sophomore at North County High School, Maryland, US, Jack Andraka may be far from an average young man.    ... more

Bare-bones investigation

The Museum of London has reportedly announced new, ground-breaking research to be undertaken on skeletons from the collection, adding to their    ... more

Remodelling the remains of the past

Home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in United Kingdom, according to ‘Visit England’ the official tourist board for England, lies    ... more

Quality forwards in the mix for national side

In recent weeks the promising form of England's fringe strikers has drawn calls that they be considered for a spot in    ... more

Forward continues to find goal

During his days bottling beetroots in a local Kirkby factory Rickie Lambert might only have dreamed of finding the back of    ... more

Newcomers show prodigious promise

As the 2015 Rugby World Cup continues to approach apace, host nation England are utilising the ongoing QBE friendly internationals to    ... more

Young centurion sets benchmark for future success

Domestic competitions were replaced by international duties across Europe this week where England embarked on their France 2016 European qualifying campaign.    ... more

Union transition spells England success

With under a year until the 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off, discussion has begun around the prospects of host nation    ... more

Fitness request highlights potential improvements

On Sunday England maintained their perfect start to qualification for the upcoming European Championships with a 1-0 win over Estonia, though    ... more

Eagerly awaiting independency

By Shivani Handa, aged 12 years old Recently the news has been focused on one very important topic that might change    ... more

Changes improve Lions’ chances

With a 2-0 victory over Switzerland England began their push for qualification for the upcoming Euro 2016 with a win over    ... more

Games exhibit sporting success

With the big shoes of Danny Boyle's London 2012 Opening Ceremony to fill, Glasgow manfully and enthusiastically opened this years Commonwealth    ... more

England aim for comeback

England, at last, appear to have turned a corner. With the third game of a five match test series with India    ... more

Young lions with potential to progress

The World Cup Finals kick-off in Brazil in just 8 days’ time and England manager Roy Hodgson has boldly selected a    ... more

Perfect remedy will increase hunger

In the Six Nations, a 'fearless' England side showed true grit, and proved there is plenty to take from a campaign    ... more

Former tennis star can echo another’s perseverance

Elena Baltacha, former British Number one last week was diagnosed with liver cancer. Yet with strong inner strength, she has become    ... more

Nations prepare for tournament return

The RBS Six Nations Championship begins shortly, and the competing nations last week confirmed their squads for the upcoming tournament. The    ... more

2014 FIFA World Cup draw produces exciting encounters

The 32 teams travelling to Brazil for next summer’s World Cup learned their group stage placements on Friday, and the draw    ... more

Hodgson to usher in new era in 2014

Roy Hodgson’s England will travel to next summer’s World Cup in the knowledge that the level of expectation across the country    ... more

England cricketer to join a special club

England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has admitted he wants to play for his country until they tour South Africa in 2016. Pieterson,    ... more

England hockey building strong Olympic legacy

As the London Olympics passed its one-year anniversary this summer, with it came much discussion over the impact and the hopeful    ... more

Beckham: From the changing room to the boardroom

David Beckham has revealed his plans to buy a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami as the MLS looks to further    ... more

England’s quest to reach Brazil

This week the Premier League season takes an international break as we wait and see if England can qualify for the    ... more

England plays host to the Danone Nations Cup

The Danone Nations Cup gives promising 10-12 year old stars the chance to represent their country on a huge stage and    ... more

The 2013 hero ride takes on added poignancy following Woolwich tragedy

More than 1,300 cyclists endured a 10 mile bike ride through central London this weekend, in aid of the charity Help    ... more

Britain’s caravan craze

There seems to have been a remarkable boost in the camping and caravan industry since the recession of 2008, an increase    ... more

Three Chelsea Pensioners

British life expectancy

A 2012 year-end report from the Office for National Statistics has revealed that people in Britain are living on average six    ... more