To strike, or not to strike?

Anthony Shaw debates the on-going threat of unions striking during the Olympic Games.

Mario Balotelli – Why always him?

Sports Correspondent Kris Nelson argues that if the self-proclaimed "bad boy of English football" is to fulfil his potential, it’s time he grew up fast.

Review: The Hunger Games

First there was Harry Potter. Then came Twilight. Now the latest teen novel to be adapted for the big screen is Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games, and the great action sequences set it apart from its predecessors, writes Rachel Greene-Taylor.

Review: The Kid with a Bike

Finally the post-Oscar pre-summer slump has ended and here we have a French delight from the Dardenne Brothers that has been scooping up the alternative festival awards from Cannes and the European film awards.

Cash may buy access, but access does not result in policy

With the coalition government, and the Conservative party in particular, still reeling from the latest cash for access scandal, Joshua Resoun highlights a key misconception within the current debate.

When good social media goes bad

Twitter, the social networking site, has become ubiquitous. Facebook, despite a seeming decline in interest due to the ever-increasingly pervasive nature of its set up, has long been the same.