Despite other nations committing to the deal, Trump has called it an “embarrassment” to US citizens.
Trump’s commitment to unravelling Obama-era policy continued with his announcement that the US will pull out o […]
Scotland becomes the first country in the world to implement a minimum 50p per unit price for alcohol. Can it help tackle their drinking problem?
A new minimum pricing law has come into effect in Scotland as the […]
Earning quick money is never easy.
The usual tactics of going through your wardrobe and trying to flog second-hand clothes over eBay can seem a good idea initially. However, when you have to enter the logistical […]
British citizens who moved to the UK before 1971 have been threatened with job loses, the discontinuation of benefits, and even deportation as the result of the government’s immigration policies.
The government […]
British tradition, renowned for being unique, renowned for being unconventional, and nothing explains that better than the sport of welly wanging. A crazy British tradition which even has an annual Welly Wanging […]
The Versed wrote a new post, From Sheffield To Sölden: Introducing James ‘Woodsy’ Woods 1 year ago
We found out more about Woodsy’s story at the Audi Nines event in Austria, Sölden.
The Versed wrote a new post, 8Booth: The Story Behind California’s Adrenalin Junkie 1 year ago
Welcome to the world of 8Booth, the viral sensation who traded waiting on tables for jumping off 120ft buildings.
The Versed wrote a new post, Are Google Beating Apple When it Comes to Education? 1 year ago
Google or Apple? Two of the world’s tech giants battle it out to be top of the class.
Just twenty years ago, the most high-tech object in any given classroom was likely to be an overhead projector. Not a video […]
The Versed wrote a new post, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour, and Accusations of Antisemitism 1 year ago
Jeremy Corbyn has come under renewed scrutiny this week regarding Labour’s tolerance of antisemitism after an MP claims he opposed the removal of an antisemitic mural in 2012.
Luciana Berger, Labour and […]
Many companies have invested millions in self-driving technologies – including Uber and Google – but after the first death involving an autonomous vehicle, will they ever fully replace human drivers?
Picture this scenario: you’re driving up the M1 – on your own – and your tyre suddenly loses pressure, your phone has died, and you have to pull over on the hard shoulder.
With your car not being able to […]