In a report titled "Future of Sub-Market Housing" circulated to media on Monday, Savills estimates that an extra 70,000 households a year will be unable to rent or buy property at the market rate nationwide.
The artist who brought us the majestic rhino throne and a herd of animal-themed furniture is back with another bizarrely regal creation: this time, a couch shaped like a hippopotamus. Mximo Riera's couch
Tuck these away for dark days. Whether you're dealing with depression and want to supplement your chosen treatment methods with self-care, or are just in a serious funk, here are some tips for making feel
Fresh fears about the singularity have prompted new critiques of what it will mean for humanity. Artificial Intelligence has always been hyped by its often-charismatic enthusiasts; lately it seems that
Women are not appropriately ‘hard-wired’ to play chess or park cars according to one of the UK’s most high profile chess masters. Nigel Short, who is one of the most prominent figures in British chess,
After decades of failing to gain entrance to the Summer Olympics, chess officials are looking to the Winter Games. And playing with chess pieces made of ice. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, president of the game's
There are moments that live on in business history. One of them is the cry: "Mr Watson come here, I want to see you," spoken by Alexander Graham Bell back in 1876, in the world's first telephone conversation.
By the time the end of war in Europe was announced 70 years ago today, it was already old news. Germany signed the surrender terms on May 7 in an act witnessed by 17 journalists under an embargo that allow