In the interconnected world of Facebook, Michel Foucault's 'Heterotopias', and how we treat others in them, becomes increasingly relevant.
Possessing higher than average intelligence, let alone good-looks, does not and should not qualify as grounds for legal 'leniency'
I have always said that kicking down the EU door was not the answer to the UK's dream. Theresa May's speech in Florence has done nothing to change my mind.
Juncker's idea of European federalism is a pipe dream increasingly distant from the reality of the average British or European citizen.
Charlie Hebdo didn't mock Harvey's victims, but rather President Trump - climate change denier and ambiguous condemner of 'both sides' after Charlottesville
Language is a gift that allows us to perceive and interact with the world around us and listen to the people who make today what it is.
Can we ensure that public toilets become spaces that are more inclusive for LGBT people, without sacrificing the privacy of others?
UK and EU citizen rights are now being negotiated in the new Brexit plot twist: will they be enhanced and expanded or reduced?
Exploring the controversies surrounding women's swimwear from bi - and mono - kinis to 'swimming with God' and the problems relating to religious dress.
The record-breaking transfer of the Brazilian footballer to French club PSG is part of much bigger plans by Qatar, which owns the Parisian club.