Friday, March 17, 2017

There’s no room for politicians in the newsroom

Why the latest ‘leaks’ really aren’t that shocking

We seem to have more women willing to fight for what they believe in than ever before

Why is nobody talking about this?

With the political landscape more diverse than ever, it’s time to consider electoral reform

Sophisticated artificial intelligence is putting more and more jobs under threat

Nigel Farage this week hailed the council leader for driving a local government shake-up

For a president who was elected on populism, it’s essential women make their voices heard

Who wants to live on a diet of organic broccoli and distilled water?

Can digital productions ever match up?

If the UK is hit by an extended spell of cold weather, the crisis could get much worse

Have you had the delights of motoring behind the blinding glare of an unnecessary fog light? Then read this...

It was announced this week that the competition will expand from 32 teams to 48

Enough with the song lyrics...Margate is facing a challenge which may yet have a far bigger impact that the never ending Manston saga

Amid the upheavals are plenty of smaller changes that are improving our lives

There are very few transactions where coins and notes are still used

It’s apparently a new craze - but for most of us the thought defies belief

This year’s number one is just days away...

Do we even think for ourselves anymore?

The BBC’s Planet Earth shows us the importance of protecting the environment

Are we set to surrender our digital rights?

Post-truth has been named word of the year - a warning sign for democracy

It’s ok to look forward to Christmas if it’s an enjoyable experience

MEP writes for about what it was like to watch the election result from Trump Tower surrounded by president elect’s friends and advisors

Donald Trump was announced as US president on Wednesday

Using a phone while at the wheel needs to be stamped out

Are MPs too willing to disappear into the sunset?

Apparently 16-25-year-olds turn up late, in the wrong attire, or fail to turn up at all to work

The rise of on-demand services like Netflix shows no sign of letting up

Too many of us say we have be pushy to try to see a doctor

The variable speed limits are apparently in place to “smooth traffic flow”

Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45

Demand for real ale is creating a thriving industry that others can emulate

The government needs to ensure new schools do not lead to a two-tier system

Worrying statistics this week revealed some 31 per cent of motorists said they used a phone while driving

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