Another week, another new Audi.
You can’t tell how clever someone is from their appearance or how they talk, but somehow some ornamental characteristics are naturally associated with being smart.
THE NEWS that the number of British troops in Afghanistan will be halved over the next year was, for most, a cause for celebration.
Three-letter abbreviations are rife in all walks of life, from the military, police and hospitals to the internet.
Sir, I have to admit to a tinge of sympathy for Mr Chris Huhne the soon to be unemployed MP who will lose his job and, indeed, his freedom for trying to cover up three speeding points on his driving licence.
Whether you’re a believer or someone who rolls your eyes at them, conspiracy theories are rife – but what if those mind-boggling hypotheses about lizards or landing on the moon were true?
Theresa May’s impending announcement on the NHS features prominently on the front pages on Monday.
The Queen is celebrating her official birthday with the Trooping the Colour parade.
Every person is clever in different ways, but there are some things that should definitely be common knowledge by now.
When Twitter user @APompliano tried to explain his views on the keys to success with a numbered list, he perhaps hoped it would inspire his fellow users.