Say hello to THE sustainable beauty launch of 2021 – self tan just got a whole lot cleaner!

There are so many must-haves in the range – like the Dark Foaming Water (£15.99) and the Pure Self Tanning Face Mist (£14.99) that can be spritzed straight onto your face and neck – but our hero product has to be the Self Tanning Sleep Mask (£14.99). 

Enter Fast Company’s 2021 World Changing Ideas Awards (Update: Deadline extended to 12/18)

Entries will be judged based on their their impact, innovation, creativity, and scalability by Fast Company editors, with assistance from a prestigious group of thinkers, designers, business leaders, venture capitalists, and activists. We’re looking for big corporate initiatives and small, grassroots projects—and everything in between.

‘The world is suffering’: Rafael Nadal says fellow players whingeing about strict COVID quarantine ahead of Australian Open need a ‘reality check’

I am very much looking forward to playing in front of the people and joining the tennis frenzy and energy of the city that has always carried me towards many victories. I am also looking forward to seeing all my fellow players together in Melbourne. I am blown away by the numerous messages of gratitude […]

The Medium review – split-world horror stranded in unsatisfying limbo

The nights are still coming in early this January lockdown, and the end of winter is a perfect time to depart the horrors of this reality for those of another. So I spent three nights playing The Medium, Bloober Team’s latest dread-inducing, otherworldly game. On the first night I was thrilled, on the second night […]

The World According to Men

Yet the landscape hasn’t entirely changed. When it comes to winning prizes for their work, for example, female foreign correspondents are stuck in the last century. Ample research moreover points to persistent gender bias across television and print media. In 2011, men penned nearly 80 percent of the op-eds published in most major U.S. newspapers; […]

Keep Covid rescue programmes or risk triggering stock market crash, warns IMF

Tobias Adrian, the IMF’s head of financial stability, and his deputy, Fabio Natalucci, said in a blog to accompany the report that investors were able to bet on a “persistent policy backstop” and that a “sense of complacency appears to be permeating markets”.

Hospital incursions by Covid deniers putting lives at risk, say health leaders

Michael Wilson, the chief executive of Surrey and Sussex healthcare NHS trust, where the latest known incident occurred last week, said: “Any suggestion that Covid-19 doesn’t exist or isn’t serious is not only extremely disrespectful to the NHS staff caring for patients affected by the virus, but it also puts the lives of others at […]

Coronavirus: Tom Hanks shares inspiring update on health after testing positive

“There are those for whom it could lead to a very serious illness. We are taking it one-day-at-a-time. There are things we can all do to get through this by following the advice of experts and taking care of ourselves and each other, no?

Davos: Post-COVID recovery not baked in

Green New Deal The IMF chief hailed the huge government stimulus programs on both sides of the Atlantic that have prioritized the Green agenda.  She said that US President Joe Biden’s announcement that he plans to reenter the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change would likely spur a new collaborative effort towards clean energy investment.

US strategic bombers fly over Persian Gulf, first show of force under Biden

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that a recent missile strike damaged part of a compound used by the Saudi royal family — an attack that can be blamed on Iran-backed Houthi rebels, which the outgoing Trump State Department designated a terrorist group in the last days of the administration.