Thatcher’s funeral was an overblown and sycophantic attempt to re-write Thatcher as a national hero; she was anything but, argues Alexander Green…
Three BBC journalists have used the London School of Economics (LSE) as a cover story to enter North Korea for this week’s Panorama, it has been revealed.
Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first and only female Prime Minister, has died at the age of 87.
A month-long knife amnesty – where people can hand over weapons to the police voluntarily and anonymously – has taken more than 300 blades off the streets of Southampton.
An on-duty police officer has died following a traffic collision on Thomas Lewis Way – one of the major routes into Southampton centre – at 2pm today
Last Sunday, Boris Johnson’s disastrous BBC interview led many to question his future prospects. Yet, a Yougov poll later showed more voters would back the Tory Party if the London Mayor was in charge; Alexander Green takes a look at ‘Brand BoJo’.
After 7 years of Twitter, Alexander Green takes a look at the bad and ugly aspects of the world’s most popular micro-blogging website; from tweets about breakfast to jail time for trolls.
After 7 years of Twitter, Alexander Green takes a look at the good aspects of the world’s most popular micro-blogging website; from the Arab Spring to The Hobbit Pub.
Forget horse meat; this is the real food scandal of the 21st century…
On 20th March 2003, the United States, UK and other coalition forces marched into Iraq. 10 years later, Alexander Green asks: was it worth it?