You don’t have to be a history student to know just how much we can learn from the people that have gone before us. Whether that is people from famous events in history, or people that we know who have…
Brexit’s ‘Global Britain’: UK needs a clear economic strategy for its trading future, not a dead colonial fantasy
The EU may or may not be the way forward, but the Global Britain narrative is likely to prove counterproductive either way.
the building was designed in Gothic Revival style by the renowned theatre architect Samuel Beazley, and was completed in 1836 but it has never actually been used as a castle. The vision of Francis Lyttleton Holyoake, high sheriff of Warwickshire, started with £120,000 budget ( £14.5m today) and was an extraordinary home to his family. After seven decades of decadent living, Francis' dream came to an end
Research has shown not only that humour can encourage followers to think positively of someone, but that it can also suppress negative feelings towards them.
Personalities are like traditions – unique patterns of behaviour that build over a lifetime of improvisation
Our personalities, like most ways in our minds vary, are a complex mix of nature and nurture. Nature certainly matters: studies of twins, separated from birth, show that our genes can shape our lives.
You might never be quite sure what to expect when you peeled a banana