Day: July 22, 2014

UK at risk of cyber-warfare if Russia is pushed too far

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor The threat of a real war with Russia still hangs in the air, but one academic believes a cyber-attack is a more likely scenario. A silent, but digitally destructive scenario, which could cause chaos across the globe, adversely affecting the UK. Cyberwarfare is politically motivated ...

Top ten Jose Mourinho Quotes

  By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor It’s nearly the start of the football season and it looks like Chelsea are going to bring back “blast from the past” Didier Drogba, so we thought we would look back at some of his best quotes over the years. 1.“Please don’t call me ...

The left must move beyond ‘just’ inequality

By David Binder The issue of economic inequality has once again been thrust into the spotlight by French economist Thomas Picketty’s new book ‘Capital in the Twenty-First century.’ Whilst his research has been discussed at great length elsewhere (the Washington Centre for Equitable Growth has produced a useful summary of ...

Mentors to advance charity growth

  By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Charity staff are hoping that a new programme will help them to get a head start in improving their services for carers. The new mentoring programme aims to bring business leaders into services for carers so they can use their expertise to help the ...

The Failed Football Aspirations of a Pop Star

Jack Peat on the failed #Romlinson venture. Late last week news trickled through social wires that the collective mass of One Direction fanatics hadn’t managed to muster enough pocket money to support a John Ryan/ Louis Tomlinson's takeover of Doncaster Rovers. As predictable as its demise may have been, the ...