Nov 14, 2014
The Imitation Game, based on the life of bona fide genius Alan Turing, opens in cinemas today. His story reveals not just a personal triumph, says Alice Hutton, but a national shame.
Sep 29, 2014
When the Thai Prime Minister addressed the recent murder of two young Brits in his country, he appeared to blame Hannah Witheridge, one of the victims. Really, asks Catherine Clack, this again?
Nov 13, 2014
New research suggests that praise can have negative effects on school pupils. Naziya O’Reilly wonders how rave reviews work at work.
Mar 09, 2015
Standard Issue sent deputy editor Hannah Dunleavy to the Cambridge leg of the Women of the World festival on International Women’s Day.
Mar 05, 2015
Though as an adult she no longer has to dress up for World Book Day, Rebecca Humphries knows who she’s going as if she ever gets the opportunity.
Mar 02, 2015
Throughout March, Target Ovarian Cancer are encouraging us to get up close and familiar with symptoms of a disease which kills 4,300 women every year in the UK. In the first of a series of features, Sam Wonfor talks to Susan Calman, one of the charity’s ambassadors.
Feb 27, 2015
In honour of St David’s Day, we got proud Welsh woman Ruth Jones to tell us what it means to her. Here she shares the Jones’s family controversy of Sosban Fach and several delicious family recipes. Not to mention what happened with the leeks…
Oct 17, 2014
In the wake of the month-long disappearance of Kim Jong-un, international relations lightweight Jane Bostock offers North Korea some helpful tips on finding their leader if he ever goes missing again.
Feb 20, 2015
London Fashion Week sashays into the capital today, so we asked Bertie Bowen to tell us why fashion is so important.
Feb 13, 2015
On the 70th anniversary of the destruction of Dresden by Allied bombing raids, Maureen Younger explains how the city represents a moral maze which remains with us today.