Modern justice in France: Trials and tribulations of a revamp

This week, we’re focusing on France’s justice system. We tell you more about a profession that’s up in arms. The government’s unpopular pension reform plan has led lawyers to go on a rare, nationwide strike. But the walk-out over pension reform is just the tip of a bigger iceberg. The government has been making its … Read more Modern justice in France: Trials and tribulations of a revamp

‘Football needs an independent regulator’ | The Pledge

Greg Dyke thinks professional football in England needs a “powerful, independent regulator”. It’s after Manchester City were banned from the Champions League for two years after breaking UEFA’s financial rules. Greg says this is arguably the “tip of the iceberg”. Follow #ThePledge on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePledge Or like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube … Read more ‘Football needs an independent regulator’ | The Pledge

Reports from the Antarctic by Australian Writer, Favel Parrett

Favel Parrett is a fiction writer who was awarded the 2012 Antarctic Arts Fellowship. She is on her way to Casey Station in the Antarctic on board Aurora Australis. At 3.30 pm on Monday, 17th December 2012, 34 expeditioners, 24 crew and I set off from Hobart aboard the icebreaker Aurora Australis, Australia’s Antarctic resupply … Read more Reports from the Antarctic by Australian Writer, Favel Parrett

London Fashion Week AW 2010 – New Digital Era Spells Trouble for Fashion Bloggers

The world of fashion writing is changing. Like all forms of media of late, fashion, in particular, has seen a huge surge in the numbers of both skilled and unskilled practitioners making and developing their own niche or mainstream fashion blogs. At the opening day of London Fashion Week yesterday, I witnessed at first hand … Read more London Fashion Week AW 2010 – New Digital Era Spells Trouble for Fashion Bloggers