The last two months have seen an alarming quantity of resignations within the videogame industry whether voluntary or ‘voluntary’.
The Guinness World Records™ 2013 Gamer’s Edition released some incredible new feats within the gaming world
Interview with deaf British footballer Claire Stancliffe: “They don’t support deaf athletes. That is not equality.”
Deaf footballer Claire Stancliffe talks about the funding difficulties facing the British Women’s Deaf football team and the impact these problems could have on the future of the sport in the UK.
Compare and contrast the cheering crowds that lauded our Paralympian medal winners with the focus group research, carried out recently by the Glasgow Media Group, that found that a representative sample of the British population believes that between half and three-quarters of all disability benefit claimants are scroungers.
It’s here! The biggest sporting spectacle in the world finally arrives in the capital today – so if you’ve spent weeks/months/years being ambivalent about the Olympics, this is one weekend where you’ll be hard-pushed to not get caught up in the spirit all (and why not, we say).
While last week’s moans turned to the poor preparations of security contractors G4S, the last four days have seen attention focusing on the restrictions placed on athletes, spectators, businesses, charities, your dinner, your clothes, your girlfriend and your dog over what they can and can’t do in association with the Olympics
Less than a month to go before the GB Handball squad is selected for the Games and you can sense the pressure in the squad.
“Everyone” is getting geared up for the summer of celebration, or at least so the Establishment tells us. But these are welcome diversions from more serious issues, says James Bloodworth.
I can imagine the country’s top marketing executives sitting round a room, scribbling on white boards, brainstorming, word-associating and doing other things with ‘ing’ on the end.
With the Olympic Games fast-approaching, an increasing number of security companies are turning their attention to considering the potential challenges involved with ensuring they and their clients remain safe and secure.
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