“It’s the quintessential British song, it gets you in the mood and gives you goosebumps," one Londoner said.
With his debut novel, Toxic Beer, Simon Bullock transports readers to a galaxy of madcap humour not to be missed.
“I’d imagine very few of us have stopped to think about the remarkable energy network that exists right here in the City of London."
“I try to shop sustainably. I try to look for brands that are cruelty-free and vegan, as much as possible."
"Postponing the wedding was not easy. If the wedding day does go ahead, I want to know that I have done my best in the circumstances."
'We are holding James Corden and The Late Late Show accountable for their actions, and perpetual harm this segment causes to Asian American communities."
"Would that be the same Noel Gallagher who left Oasis because his brother broke his guitar? Awww, bless."
"We are losing 27 countries, while the Europeans are only missing out on Britain."
James Bailey is only 27 years old but, in that time, has suffered nearly half a million epileptic seizures. Yet, as he reveals in his new memoir, Light in the Shadows: A Life of Epilepsy, he sees his chronic epilepsy as a blessing, not a curse. In this exclusive article, James explains why he came to think this way, and how he now intends to help others do the same.