- Universiity of HuddersfieldApplied Chemistry, 1989 - 1993
- Havering College1988 - 1989
- Brittons School, Rainham1981 - 1988
Phone manufacturers only have one chance to get it right
Manufacturers that release rubbish, irritating phones lose those customers – and it can be for life
These floods are washing away the founding logic of David Cameron's gove...
Jonathan Freedland: By announcing that 'money is no object', the prime minister has performed the last rites on the notion of inevitable aus
UK floods making climate sceptics hot under the collar
Bob Ward: Bid by Lord Lawson to question the link between global warming and extreme weather is undermined by irrefutable evidence
Rethink Internet Explorer: Microsoft showcases what the browser has done...
Internet Explorer, the browser you all once loved to hate, has grown stronger over the last few years. After ignoring its web-browser for a
Sugar battery offers hope of green-powered gadgets within three years
Virginia Tech research means longer-lasting smartphones, tablets and consoles powered by sugar could be available soon
UN climate report urges quicker switch to low-carbon global economy
Emissions still increasing, according to leaked IPCC findings, with urgent action required to avert worst effects
If the MoD can't name the enemy, it shouldn't buy the weapons
Simon Jenkins: Britain hasn't faced a true threat since the cold war, but that hasn't stopped the defence lobby from peddling paranoia
A question for high street brands: why shouldn't blackness mean beauty?
Claire Hynes: I decided fashion adverts need holding to account, after my five-year-old daughter started worrying her skin was too dark
The MP portraits 'scandal' shows how irrational Britain's hatred has become
Jonathan Jones: £250,000 since 1995 to record a chapter in political history seems reasonable to me, but the public feels utterly alienated
First world war: an imperial bloodbath that's a warning, not a noble cause
Seumas Milne: Tory claims that 1914 was a fight for freedom are absurd – but then history wars are about the future as much as the past
If only Tory attitudes to the first world war had shifted as Germany's have
Peter Thompson: Back in the Weimar period, Germany was ridden with Gove-like myth-making about patriots being stabbed in the back
Now there is no denying Margaret Thatcher's failings in 1984 and beyond
Hugh Muir: First thoughts: Documents released by the National Archives show just how well the former prime minister was served by the spin m
In a globalised, connected world, do we still need the Foreign Office?
Mary Dejevsky: Other government departments overlap with the FCO, and maintaining embassies is costly. Maybe it's time for a rethink
The Brits have it right: forget Happy Holidays, just wish people Merry C...
Heather Long: I'd rather be able to wish people in the US a Merry Christmas this week without having to worry if they'll be offended
Mandela was never a revolutionary, always a radical
Critics trying to prove or disprove Mandela's sanctity failed to grasp that he was simply a political leader guiding his country through tra