Day: May 26, 2016

What A Punt! Barnaby Reinvents Traditional River Boat

What A Punt! Barnaby Reinvents Traditional River Boat

An engineering student at Cambridge University has reinvented the traditional river punt by installing pedal power. The so-called 'puntcycle' was invented by 22 year-old Barnaby Walker who converted an unloved old punt into a sleek, two-wheeled speed machine capable of leaving all other river-users in his wake. He decided to breathe new ...

Where to go this summer

Where to go this summer

Few things are as unpredictable as the Great British weather, one minute you’re soaking up the sun on a deck chair, the next you’re running for shelter from a torrential downpour. That’s why many look further afield when it comes to summer holidays. Not only can they discover a new ...

List of 300 Tory MPs who blocked inquiry into Panama Scandal

Scale Of Tory Election Fraud Uncovered

The widespread scale of election fraud by the Conservatives has been unearthed after it was revealed 17 police constabularies are now probing Tory politicians. Chippenham MP Michelle Donelan and former MP Duncan Hames are the latest to be named after Wiltshire Police said they would be investigating their election expenses. They follow ...

British people ‘will never forgive’ Blair, says poll

British people ‘will never forgive’ Blair, says poll

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor There have already been rumours that the Chilcot inquiry will come down hard on Tony Blair, and a lot of the British people blame him for entering a war that was unnecessary and possibly illiegal. Recently Blair himself admitted that he “profoundly” underestimated the complexity ...

Net migration rose to 3,000 off record level

Net migration rose to 3,000 off record level

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor As the EU referendum comes ever closer the news that annual net migration nearly hit record levels, will leave the “Brexiteers,” rubbing their hands with glee. The statistics, released by the Office for National Statistics, show that annual net migration in Britain rose to 330,000 ...

Social Media Data Shows Swing To Goldsmith

Take-home pay biggest in London…By far

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor The streets of the capital are paved with gold, well not quite, but people who live in the capital have the most disposable income in the country, even when taking in sky-rocketing rents and the cost of buying a home spiralling out of control. The ...