As the decades-old conflict over Nagorno Karabakh erupted again between Azerbaijan and Armenia earlier this month, a new social media battleground emerged as both parties compete for international sympathy, support and legitimacy.
Teachers, support staff, SENCOs and parents are being urged to do more to help dyslexic children in school, in a new campaign launched by Made by Dyslexia and supported by Zinc Network.
The UK government has made improving and boosting research and innovation in both the public and private sectors a priority. Boris Johnson has committed to doubling the public R&D budget over 5 years, on the way to meeting a pledge of spending 2.4% of GDP on R&D by 2027. And investment in AI is an important element of these plans.
Will Brits use a track-and-trace app?
With the opening of gyms, beauty salons and pubs, British society is tentatively emerging from lockdown. After months of restrictions, more and more of us are reacquainting ourselves with much-loved aspects of daily life.
How do young people in the UK think we should engage with China in the years ahead? New research from The British Foreign Policy Group has revealed some surprising results.
Earlier in the year, posters and stickers spouting racist messages began appearing in some London tube stations.
The stickers, which used the logo of Extinction Rebellion, the campaign group, implored people to “preserve an endangered species of white Brits”. They described coronavirus as a “cure” to end the “disease” that was mankind.