Editorial: Should Sport and Politics Really Be Intertwined?

Deputy and Sports Editor, Rory Morrow reflects on whether politics really belongs in sport

FEATURE: COP26 and The Goal of Net Zero

Environmental Editor Fleur Howe explores the goal of net zero around COP26:
” Johnson’s focus on securing a future will not be possible if the global responsibility is placed solely on future plans and not on the plans for now.”

Dominic Cummings BBC interview: The ‘be all and end all’ performance?

Peter Donnelly notes the dynamics at play in Dominic Cummings’ latest public attack on the Government’s handling of the Coronavirus pandemic. As far as Cummings is concerned the “be all and end all” is yet to come.

Euros 2020 Feature: Is Footballing Karma Acting In Reverse At These Unique Euros?

Rory Morrow writes in this feature focusing on the many dynamics at play at the year-late Euros. Many of the best scenes from the European Championships have so far originated from an incident of misfortune, extreme bad luck. This is karma reversed, are the footballing gods who control the fate of our beloved game repenting on themselves?

The value of the squad and sporting comradery.

Ranging from Leicester City to QUB Athletics to Mario Kart and all and any other forms or levels of sport. Rory Morrow The tide swept in, aloft with anger, bustling with protesters but the wave finally came crashing down with a satisfying thump courtesy of Leicester City’s FA Cup victory. After a week where Juventus,Continue reading “The value of the squad and sporting comradery.”