July 2014

One Bobby Robson

On the fifth anniversary of his death, Jamie Summers looks back at the career and legacy of a true football legend – Sir Bobby Robson

Iraq’s Descent

Marie Poupinel looks at the latest developments in Iraq and what they could mean for its future

English cricket’s keeping dilemma

As the England cricket team’s recent troubles continue, Lewis Hill explores the search for a wicket keeper

Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

The apes have risen, now they prosper in the franchise’s second instalment. Ricky Jones reviews

Somersault Festival 2014: Round-up of Day 3

Alfie Packham reviews Ben Howard, Half Moon Run and more at Devon’s first Somersault music festival

The World’s Best Diet

Ellie Davis discusses Channel 4’s documentary ‘The World’s Best Diet’

West to set new sanctions on Russia

Following the downing of flight MH17 over rebel held Eastern Ukraine last week, relations between the West and Russia became…

Summer of nostalgia: Battlefield: Bad Company 2

In the latest of our series on Summer gaming Adam Koper looks back at Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Dice’s acclaimed first person shooter

Sweet Summer Treats

Serena Reidy shares her favourite summer dessert recipes for you to try during the hot weather…

Somersault Festival 2014: Round-up of day 2

Alfie Packham reviews Matt Costa, Bombino, Jack Johnson and more at Devon’s first Somersault music festival

Claudia Lawrence police arrest man on suspicion of perverting the course of justice

The 46-year-old man is currently being interviewed in custody

Album Review: Morrissey – World Peace Is None Of Your Business

Long-time Morrissey fan, Alice Philpot, gives us the lowdown on his latest release