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Djokovic Beats Murray at ATP World Tour Finals

November 7, 2012


written by Rob Pollard for Huffington Post The ATP World Tour Finals is the culmination of the year in tennis, as the eight finest players in the world gather to compete for the final trophy of the season. It is a celebration of the game as well as an illustrious trophy to secure and it […]


July 27, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Mitt’s gaffe-laden visit to the UK has seen him mocked in grand style. In case you’ve missed it, Mitt Romney has been in Britain this week and the Republican Party’s nominee for president has had an absolute nightmare. What started as a well intended visit to firm up relations with Britain […]

Paxman likens BBC to decolonised Britain

April 17, 2012


written by Robert Pollard for New Statesman Corporation’s decision to relocate to central London angers Newsnight presenter. The BBC ‘s chief interrogator, Jeremy Paxman, has criticised the corporation’s decision to move from it’s current West London home at Television Centre to a location in central London. Famous for his aggressive interviewing – having made a […]

Panic On The Streets Of London

August 11, 2011


words by Robert Pollard  photography by Luke Chase  After a week of riots across England that have caused untold distress for many people, it seems wholly necessary for the government to carry out a full exploration into the factors that triggered the horrendous scenes. Whilst the actions of the looters have been despicable, to write […]