Day: February 3, 2015

Minions : New Trailer

Coming to our cinema screens in June is the 3D comedy adventure staring Sandra Bullock  Minions and it looks great. Minions begins at the dawn of time. Starting as single-celled yellow organisms, Minions evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters—from ...

Deep Practice and Its Promise for Math Education

By Robert Sun It’s not often that an inner-city American school rises to the top of national rankings in academics, and yet Baldi Middle School in Philadelphia has beaten the odds— not just once, but multiple times. Its track record reveals some important insights for anyone concerned with improving the ...

The risks of following the crowd

By David Willbe, Director in the Technology team at law firm DWF  Equity crowdfunding is experiencing a boom in publicity and popularity, but investors and startups alike must be aware of the risks when equity is involved. Prominent advertising by the likes of CrowdCube in recent months is a clear ...

First Time Student Renting: A Beginner’s Guide

By Michael Bruce, CEO at hybrid estate agency Purplebricks.com Millions of students across the country are now thinking about accommodation for next term. Finding your perfect property in the perfect location can be a long process, and with lots to think about it’s easy to get stressed out with the ...

A day out at Dulwich Hamlet FC

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport Continuing TLE’s recent focus on non-league football, Sports Editor David de Winter and Deputy Editor Joe Mellor went to Dulwich Hamlet FC to see a club very much on the up. A freezing late January Saturday afternoon – ...

Bony City move could be the wrong choice

Sport News 24/7 By Matthew Biggin  @MatthewBiggin  @TLE_Sport So despite saying they’d sign no players in the January window Manchester City have made probably the biggest signing of the transfer window.  Manuel Pellegrini paid Swansea City £28 million for coveted striker Wilfried Bony to strengthen his forward line, and I ...

Help to Buy misunderstood by large parts of UK

 By Steve Taggart Property buyers across large parts of the UK have confessed to ‘never hearing of the Help to Buy scheme’ or have admitted to ‘hearing the name but not knowing what it was’, according to a new report. The research, carried out by Bishop’s Move, surveyed 1000 people ...

Parents Taking Kids Out of School Despite Fines

New research has found parents are still taking their children on holiday during school term-time despite the fines they will incur. The study found two-thirds of parents would take their kids away in term-time undeterred by strict rules set by schools which include hefty fines. More than 35 per cent ...

Fifty Shades of Grey – First Clip

After book sales took the world by storm, it's hardly surprising that the film of Fifty Shades of Grey is anticipated to do the same. Rumours are already prompting speculation around the actual percentage of on-screen film time devoted to sex scenes - around 20 per cent apparently. While waiting ...

Is Britain a Nation of Phone Snoopers?

New research has been revealed suggesting the UK is a nation of phone snoopers, with suspicious Brits checking their other half's phone for questionable texts, emails and internet searches twice a week! The study, commissioned by Samsung Galaxy A-Series smartphone range, found that  four in ten adults in a relationship regularly sneak a ...