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An ‘Uber’ for the sex industry? New novel by Ryan Weeks is a Game changer

An ‘Uber’ for the sex industry? New novel by Ryan Weeks is a Game changer

Not so long ago, the world’s oldest profession plied its trade on the street – or street corners, to be exact. Hookers were forced to hustle alongside gangsters, drug lords and pimps in a melting pot of crime, violence and addiction. It was a dark and dangerous underworld, where red neon signs flashed above sex […]

Watch out Shakespeare, there’s a new Bard in town

Watch out Shakespeare, there’s a new Bard in town

New research finds that two thirds of the British population don’t enjoy Shakespeare’s famous plays, with millennials announcing themselves as the least impressed with over half shunning his plot lines. Men are also especially unamused, with 70% left unimpressed versus 62% of women. Snack brand popchips has partnered with YouTube success-story, Amelia Dimoldenberg – presenter […]

Michael Palin named the greatest ever Yorkshireman

Michael Palin named the greatest ever Yorkshireman

Funnyman Michael Palin has been named the greatest ever Yorkshireman, according to a study. A poll of 2,000 Brits saw nearly three in 10 select the Monty Python legend as the best export from the northern region. Second on the list was gruff actor Sean Bean, followed by Sir Patrick Stewart. Halifax-born Ed Sheeran came […]

The cellulite blasting, pain relieving tool loved by A-listers launches in the UK

The cellulite blasting, pain relieving tool loved by A-listers launches in the UK

Loved by over 700,000 thousand people in America as well as celebrities, models and pro athletes, the unique FasciaBlaster™ tool, which can improve muscle performance, help relieve pain and reduce the appearance of cellulite, has now landed in the UK. Developed by US entrepreneur, Fascia Guru, and #1 best-selling author Ashley Black, the innovative deep-tissue […]

The Blue Planet effect: Children are learning about caring for animals from TV and the internet

The Blue Planet effect: Children are learning about caring for animals from TV and the internet

More than a third (35 per cent) of children have learnt about caring for animals from TV, with popular shows such as Blue Planet and Planet Earth teaching children about protecting animals from harm. A huge 91 per cent of children want to learn more about how to look after animals, with 58 per cent […]

One in five British motorists are too nervous to drive abroad

One in five British motorists are too nervous to drive abroad

One in five drivers are too nervous to get behind the wheel abroad, a study has found. A poll of 2,000 wanderlusting British motorists found 19 per cent would never drive overseas. And 63 per cent feel less confident driving abroad than they do on roads back home. The biggest concern most have is how […]

Millions of adults think they could get away with ‘the perfect crime’

Millions of adults think they could get away with ‘the perfect crime’

Millions of adults think they could get away with ‘the perfect crime’ – because they watch so many TV thrillers, a study has found.   ‘Whodunnit’ shows have become hugely popular with an average of almost four hours a week spent gripped by twists and turns to uncover the villain. As a result, a poll […]

Absence of free play hindering children’s ability to think creatively

Absence of free play hindering children’s ability to think creatively

Opportunities for the next generation of sports stars, business leaders and innovators are dwindling as a result of a lack of imaginative playtime – experts have claimed. Futurist, Mark Stevenson, has predicted children might find themselves unable to develop certain aspects of innovative thinking and creativity because of an absence of ‘free play’, which he […]

Children are “turning their backs on the great outdoors”

Children are “turning their backs on the great outdoors”

Screen-obsessed children are turning their backs on the great outdoors – in favour of the ‘great indoors’, it has emerged. Researchers found the average six to 16-year-old enjoys a total of just SEVEN hours a week outdoors – including weekends. And the typical ‘Fortnite Generation’ child is now online for more than TWO HOURS every […]

Jenson Button leads movement to get more women involved in engineering

Jenson Button leads movement to get more women involved in engineering

Former F1 World Champion Jenson Button is leading the movement to get more women involved in engineering.  The Santander UK ambassador appeared alongside a host of high-profile speakers at the Formula Student World Finals in Silverstone – the world’s largest engineering competition attended by over 4,000 students representing 130 global universities. He said female engineers […]