A bizarre claim in the letters page of The Independent today caught my eye.
Last week Ordnance Survey issued a press release about changes on the high street as a result of the recession.
The Independent on Sunday (last Sunday) and The Times (today) have run identical stories saying that the number of contested wills is rising, blamin
Many people have pored over the election result, trying to suck meaning from its indeterminate outcome.
The deputy chief executive of France Telecom has fallen on his sword – to use a totally inappropriate metaphor – in response to an “epidemic” of suicides among employees.
Interesting article today in The Independent by Amol Rajan about why the perception of crime and its reality remain far apart. Crime falls, but the perception of crime doesn't.