A recurring theme that has emerged at this year’s Edinburgh festival and fringe is colonialism. It has cropped up everywhere: in Kiinalik, about white encroachment on to Indigenous Canadian lands; in Secret
Amid the devastating aftermath of the First World War, the ties that held Britain and its colonies were fracturing. That was reflected within rugby union, which had been facing an existential crisis since
British army ‘leaning on’ under-18s to help fill its ranks Army turning to younger, poorer, teenagers to fill riskiest roles, say critics of enlistment strategy Britain’s stretched army is increasingly
British Army accused of 'leaning on' under-18s in order to plug recruitment gaps, with 16 and 17 year olds accounting for
The British Army has been accused of “leaning on” under-18s in order to plug recruitment gaps, with 16 and 17 year olds accounting for nearly 30 per cent of those enlisted last year. Data compiled by Child
After beating four other publishing houses in an auction, William Heinemann was in no doubt that The Changing of the Guard would more than reward the five-figure advance it paid to its author, Simon Akam.