James Broom explains the exciting world of metal detecting.

Metal Detecting  – A  general overview The small village in which I live is unremarkable, like so many hundreds of others all across the country, and yet it is still a historical and archaeological goldmine. Many of the houses in the village are seventeenth century, with a few even going back to the sixteenth and […]

Why private schools benefit the education system as a whole. By Samuel Hughes

Why private schools benefit the education system as a whole. By Samuel Hughes  Private education is a controversial topic. It is a flourishing sector in the United Kingdom, offering the 7% of students that attend opportunities that are unmatched elsewhere, not just academically but beyond the classroom in extra-curricular areas. This to some people is […]

Is democracy experiencing a setback worldwide? Asks Frances Rigby

Is democracy experiencing a setback worldwide? As stated in ‘Democracy and Dictatorship Revisited’, a regime is able to be classified as democratic, providing the chief executive is selected through either a popular election, or is chosen by an elected body, the legislative body too, must be elected, and lastly, the electoral system must be competitive, […]

Is Social Media running Politics? Asks Tom Needham

Is social media running politics?   Social media has now become a major part of everyone’s lives with it being accessible through phones which can now travel with us where ever we go. Social media has become an integral part of UK politics with Most MP’s and political journalists having an account. This leads to […]

Tom Needham discusses the future of the UK aerospace industry.

The future of the UK aerospace industry: In the UK the aerospace industry has been flagship of British engineering for over 100 years. Whether it’s the Concord or the Spitfire or the more niche Harrier. All these aircraft have flown the flag for Britain in one way or another. In world war 2 the UK […]