Anthony Seldon is one of Britain’s leading educationalists and social commentators. He has served as a close adviser to former leaders, including Tony Blair and David Cameron. In recent years, he has turned his attention to the ongoing impact of new technologies, in particular, artificial intelligence (AI), on education and on society, writes .
Mon, 04 Jun, 2018
Far from your average GP, Dr Christian Jessen returns to running his on-screen clinic with even more dramatic cases. The TV presenter talks toabout getting patients to open up, taking work home with him and and his own mental health
Fri, 03 Nov, 2017
New Zealander Hori Morse served as an Auxiliary in Tralee, Co Kerry, during the War of Independence, when the town was international news. In 1921, he began an affair with a married woman and would himself become a front-page story, says
Wed, 21 Jun, 2017
Many lone attackers share information on their plans prior to the attack, which gives hope that their family or friends will tell the authorities, writes
Fri, 22 Jul, 2016
Article 41.2 of the Irish constitution declares that the State recognises the mother’s position within the home and “therefore endeavours to ensure that mothers shall not be obliged by economic necessity to engage in labour to the neglect of their duties in the home.”
Wed, 28 Oct, 2015
Outspoken academic Professor Richard Dawkins has claimed Tim Hunt was the victim of “a feeding frenzy of mob-rule self-righteousness” when he quit his job in the wake of controversial comments he made about women working in laboratories.
Fri, 19 Jun, 2015
The scientist and broadcaster Professor Brian Cox has said it was wrong the way a Nobel laureate scientist was “hounded out” of his university posting over controversial comments he made about women working in laboratories.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2015