There’s an empty desk at an anonymous government defence facility this afternoon. Sian-Rae Walton takes some time away from her computer to focus on her mental health. For the past 18 months, Sian has worked as a verification engineer. She tests software and analyses newly developed programmes, all contributing towards military safety. Sian has grafted […]
At yesterday’s Parliamentary General Election, I was a presiding officer at one of the hundreds of polling stations across the UK, and here’s a round-up of my observations.
Let’s take a second to talk about the future. Will we finally have left the EU? Will plastic straws be banned? Or will we still maintain the same habits we’ve been trying to break for years…
From the affluence of Montpellier to the trends of the Brewery Quarter, Cheltenham is brimming with attractions to suit all of the family, which could be why more and more people are starting families here.