Hugh has written 7 articles for Nouse
For over a week now, the media has been obsessed with the expenses claimed by Ministers of Parliament
Given the formation of a right-wing government in Israel following last month’s elections, with tension on the Gaza border still high, hope for peace seems very dim. Yet still individual stories of cooperation between individuals from both sides keep hope alive
There is nothing more mind-numbing for most students than hearing their gap year friends bemoan the poor quality of Britain’s international restaurants compared to the real fare found on their ventures. The vindaloo down the local Indian never seems to shape up to the home-cooked curry they ate while doing a handstand on a yoga course in the Himalayas
There aren’t many issues on which I feel really strongly. It’s not that I don’t care, it’s just that, as Woody Allen bemoans in ‘Love and Death’, “My problem is that I see both sides of every issue.” However having spent a week building up anger in the comfort of my kitchen about the situation in Gaza, I felt moved to act. And so on Saturday 3rd January I found myself out in the cold, with 50,000 others, rallying for the Palestinian cause
Can a place offering a purely vegan and gluten-free menu really deliver the goods? The answer, unfortunately, in the case of El Piano, is no.
At the east end of the Minster, La Cremeria offers homemade ice-cream and a unique selection of soothing drinks for chilly Yorkshire days. Perfect for a post-shop flop, the friendly service and lounge music make this a fine place to recharge
The complex and long-running debate on campaign financing in elections was rekindled once again last Monday as Barack Obama disclosed figures showing he had raised a phenomenal $150 million in September alone