“Gen A” is appearing in planning decks but it’s easy to forget just how incredibly recently we started thinking of generations as a “thing”.
One of the quirky eccentricities of the English language and frequently butchered by reality TV stars, idioms seem increasingly ubiquitous in today’s vernacular.
It’s been 5 days since the Lionesses' defeat to Spain in the Women’s World Cup final and whilst my heart still hurts, we cannot forget this historical moment.
As England gear up for their World Cup quarter-final this weekend, I keep thinking of a surreal moment I had at the start of the tournament, when I saw the headline “
Gentle reader, brace yourself.
In today’s post by-election blog, Times Radio’s John Pienaar and Zeno’s Simon Tiernan try to read the political runes in the run up to the general election.
Meta launched Threads this week to significant fanfare. At time of writing, they have already raced to 100 million users and attracted many brands to the platform.
Threads is Instagram’s timely answer to Twitter, designed to capitalise on Twitter’s recent challenges and provide a viable alternative social network.
Picture this: you're sitting at the doctor's office, hoping for a quick solution to your condition.