Ring in the new year by celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the EU by learning happy new year in all its languages.
From the Battle of Agincourt to the Battle of Waterloo, England has a history of triumph over France in some of the most memorable battles in history. So let's, explore the top five English victories over France that have shaped the English-French rivalry.
Students need to understand that mental health is essential for their well-being. In fact, it's equally as important as physical health. A healthy mind helps us associate with others, study better and behave properly.
The UK and US share much in common, but there's also lots that's very different. Here's 20 American things that horrify Brits the most.
If each university as an institution didn’t hold on to a specific set of moral values, our whole education system would rapidly collapse, so being a student with moral integrity is extremely important.
An estimated 1 million people flooded the streets of central London this Saturday in favour of a final say on Brexit, making it one of the biggest protests in British history. Needless to say there were plenty of super signs on display. Here are 48 of the best
Despite the Brexit car crash currently unfolding, Brits still excel at one of their most positive national characteristics. Bitingly dark and self-deprecating humour. To see this in full force, enjoy Hugo Rifkind, son of a conservative politician and columnist of The Times, hilariously comparing Brexit to a ‘Cheese Submarine.’ in what has to be the best analogy of the year
This weekend Donald Trump visited wildfire-devastated California and did what he does best, talked nonsense. This time he quoted a conversation he had with the Finnish president Sauli Niinisto, saying California should do more 'raking like Finland.' Nobody rakes forest in Finland.
Over two years on and Brexit is still dividing the UK. While an ever-increasing number are now supporting the idea of staying in the EU, they'll always be a split. But that's nothing new. The UK has always been divided in loads of different ways.
You don't have to be a genius to know that Boris Johnson only ever opens his mouth to put his foot in it or to further his career. This week he's attempted both by wittering on about burqa wearing because when the UK is on the very cusp of national self-destruction, opinionating on what people wear is crucial.