Snakes and ladders of filmmaking: Travels with Oscar Wilde

 Ghosts don’t realise they’re dead and wander around screaming because no one is paying them attention. You howl around the corridors of power while the elite march straight through. Rupert Everett tells the story of a soulful and thought-provoking autobiography from one of our best-loved and most talented actors and writer and how he set…

P{rincely Vision 2030

35-year-old Mohammed bin Salman is the pivotal leader of the Arab World, Crown prince who became king in 2015 and de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, ended the House of Saud’s consensual model of an absolute monarchy with no absolute monarch, seizing all the reins of power and urged forward social and economic reform. The…

Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith – A Saturn Herald Short Story by Penny Nair Price October 2020 Sebastian Roshan stood with his hand crooked into his elbow in very deep thought.  He wasn’t sure if he’d misunderstood.  His tight white hospital coat fitted like a glove to his knees, and his stethoscope made the outfit completely portraying…

Data breach: BA fined £20m

British Airways has been fined £20m ( (26m) by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for a data breach in 2018 which affected over 400, 000 customers both personal and credit cards. The fine is considerably smaller than the £183m that the ICO originally said it intended to issue back in 2019. The incident took place…

Green takes Betfred to High Court after being denied £1.7m payout

Andy Green, 53, from Lincolnshire, hit the jackpot in January 2018 playing the Betfred  Frankie  Dettori Magic Seven Blackjack game from bookmaker Betfred on his smartphone but was refused a payout of £1.7m after his online betting company account was credited with the money is taking his case to the High Court. When he tried…

London and Essex Covid alert upgraded to Tier2

Millions of Londoners and people from Essex will face tougher Tier2 Covid measures from Saturday, with a ban on households mixing indoors. Under Tier2, households are also barred from mixing in pubs and restaurants and people should aim to reduce the use of public transport, amid Manchester moving to the highest level of Covid restrictions.…

Global Handwashing day

The most important day in 2020 is the global handwashing day, which has never been so critical than now, during the pandemic. Global handwashing day, people are more acquainted with soap than ever before as we wash our hands to help stop the spread of coronavirus and also prevent 1 in 3 diarrheal illness  40…

Hugging tiger wins the wildlife photo award

Sergey Gorshkov’s photograph of a Siberian tiger one of rarest creatures on Earth  taken in the deep forests of ‘Russia’s Far East won him the title of Wild Photographer of the Year. The female tiger is seen embracing a tree, rubbing herself up against the bark to leave her scent and mark territory in Leopard…

Apple’s A14 Bionic 64-bit chipset with 11.8 billion transistors

Apple’s A14 Bionic 64-bit chipset with 11.8 billion transistors is an ARM-based system  which performs 30 per cent faster than the A12 Apple new iPhone 12  comprising of the five-nanometre process as the chip’s transistors have been shrunk down the tiny on-off switches are now only about 25 atoms wide allowing billion more to be…