Picture the scene… you are sat in a café having lunch with your family. A man sits quietly down at your table and asks if you know the man directly behind you as he appears to be taking pictures of one of your children. You don’t, and it turns out he was. But what happens […]
It’s snow day and it’s Friday, so time for something light-hearted to end the week on. I loved the Tweet from Tesco this week telling followers it was about to “hit the hay” and it made me think about others that are a bit, well, close to the bone.
Us Brits love to talk about the weather and for the first time this year my eyeballs actually felt cold when I headed outdoors today. Winter appears to have officially arrived, but how are you preparing for the sub zero temperatures?
Young people in the UK should be banned from driving at night or having any alcohol in their system, according to the Association of British Drivers (ABI), and I am inclined to agree as I look back with slight horror at my early years behind the wheel.
Mehreen Umar is one of 15,000 cast members performing at the London Olympics opening ceremony. She reveals there are quite a few more surprises to come that didn’t even make the dress rehearsals. I try and get her to spill the beans.
Parents worry more about their children being contacted by strangers on the internet and seeing inappropriate content than drinking too much alcohol, according to new research out this week. But what is being done to protect children online?
The long weekend is over and many of us are suffering with post Jubilee blues. But let’s not forget the London 2012 Olympics are just around the corner! However, the topic of conversation for many Londoners is how the transport network will cope and what effect it will have on
The lead-up to the Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark 60 years of the Queen’s reign is bringing back fond memories of the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – Prince William and Kate Middleton. As I waddled up to Wandsworth Common on 29 April 2011, enjoying the unusually warm