Tag Archives: UK

The catalyst to coherence

The catalyst to coherence

The UK and EU recently agreed on terms surrounding the British withdrawal from the union, with this potentially acting as the    ... 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

Banding together

On Monday the 5th of December, some of East London’s most prominent musicians and fans may be crowding to Kamio in    ... more

What rhymes with ‘born tall’?

For the second time this November, the Contemporary Poetry Festival aims to take place in Falmouth, Cornwall, on the weekend of the    ... more

The sterling lining

On Thursday June 23rd, UK voted to leave the European Union. The UK has been a member of the EU since 1973. The    ... more

Responding as a nation

Britain plans to welcome 3,000 children from refugee resettlements, the international development committee shared, in a report which calls more to    ... more

Mixing art and colour

Glasgow, a city that continues to transform following the success of last years Commonwealth Games, seems to have earned its reputation as    ... more

Sunrise above ancient stones

Around the 22nd December each year, many visitors from around the world gather at Stonehenge in the early hours to mark    ... more

Winter wonderland in the Highlands

The Highlands of Scotland may be known as a place of natural beauty, a rugged landscape of mountains and lochs which    ... more

Revolutionary pop queen

In light of her 13th album release, pop icon Madonna may be visiting the O2 Arena on the 1st-2nd December 2015    ... 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

A wider frame of mind

The most comprehensive evidence to date of schizophrenia’s causes has been produced by an international team of scientists led by researchers    ... more

The changing face of politics

Spanish political party Podemos has vowed to gain more votes in national polls this year than the ruling Popular Party (PP)    ... more

Whispering clouds and the supernatural

Benches reimagined as light shows, musical plants and personal light orchestras might become a reality for Bristol. Watershed recently announced its    ... more

Glancing at the future

Thursday May 7th is to see the General Election in the United Kingdom and may see a new government elected. Looking    ... 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

The race for election

The people of the United Kingdom are to vote for a new government on May 7th in what may be one    ... more

Key early general election campaigning

The NHS and public spending appear to be two key topics that political parties in the UK are raising during campaigning    ... more

A race to the NHS funding line

George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, has announced an extra £2bn in NHS funding for frontline services in the Autumn    ... more

Nuclear deal may change relations

Foreign Ministers from the US, UK, Russia, China, France and Germany have extended the deadline of high-level talks with Iran to    ... more

Worldwide alliance for peace

David Cameron has made Britain’s RAF a member of the international coalition of aerial fleets that harbour the intention to liberate    ... more

A quicker way to dine

From the 1950s readymade meals have become ever increasing; a £2 billion-plus worth industry in the UK, the time-saving method of    ... more

The march of historic freedom

Northern Ireland is renowned for rolling green farm lands, beautiful coast lines and famous geometric pillars. Each of its 6 counties    ... more

A topic of debate

The debate on protein’s role in general health, as a dietary need and supplement, has been in heavy discussion over the    ... more

TV time out

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has identified a child’s weight is influenced by whether there    ... more

Winged man in the bedroom

There was a surprising victor in this year’s iF Gold Award 2014 as a condom manufacturer claimed the award. Judged by    ... more

The trend about to change

The growing social trend described as an ‘online drinking game’ has hit its aim in achieving global status. Like all trends    ... more

Success in London health craze

In 2010, Mayor of London Boris Johnson launched the capital’s cycle hire scheme in collaboration with Barclays. Four years later and    ... more

Smooth or crunchy peanut butter?

Doctors at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, have successfully trained children's immune systems to tolerate the most common allergy in the world, peanut    ... more

South Sudan and its dimensions of interests

In Thursday, South Sudan’s government and opposition signed a ceasefire agreement in the Ethiopian capital. The ceasefire might become a basis    ... more

Educating erections

The average male erection lasts for five and a half minutes before climax in sex. One in five men in Britain    ... more

Will the Iraq Inquiry report mean changes for the UK?

The Iraq Inquiry established 5 years ago to analyse the decisions to go to Iraq and identify the lessons that can    ... more

A plan of action

The UK government has announced funding into dementia research may be doubled over the next 12 years as it aims to    ... more

Healthy caffeine

An estimated 400 million people may sip on a hot mug of coffee today, at breakfast, lunch break and any given    ... more

Celebrations galore: Christmas at London. Credit Michael Mazzamuto (mazza1992) via Flickr.com

Yuletide getaway

While most of may be spending time year after year putting up decorations and planning cooking Turkeys, there may be some    ... more

Teaching children efficient fitness

A new style of children’s fitness has come to UK that combines gymnastics, bodyweight movements and weightlifting elements to encourage children    ... more

UK “top recipient” of foreign investment for ten years running

Over the past decade, the United Kingdom has remained “Europe’s top recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) projects”, a report by    ... more

Real Madrid visits the UK to help inspire children

Ex-professionals and coaches from Real Madrid will be flying over to Oxford this summer giving kids between the age of 11-7    ... more

UK - Criminal Justice System - HMP Send women's closed prison

Providing guidance to institutionalised young people

Across England and Wales newly-released people are in need of support by mentors, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has said. During one    ... more