Posts Tagged "blog"

Premier League fans need to embrace change and play away, far away

Oct 20 2014

The concept of playing Premier League matches abroad is back in the news agenda and although it has received a barrage of…

Chameleons of the road, changing behaviour on the tarmac

Oct 17 2014

The world can be interpreted in different ways, and there are about as many ways of receiving social codes and messages as…

Give Players Back Their Voice

Oct 10 2014

In a week in which the KP saga has brutally exposed the extent to which England cricket fans are kept in the…

Auto Psychology – What does your car really say about you?

Sep 26 2014

I have always believed that a person’s car can say an awful lot about them. In the UK, most of us take…

Ryder Cup 2014 – Stephen Gallacher – Picked on merit or a political pawn?

Sep 10 2014

At a time when Scotland is on the verge of one of the biggest, most divisive and potentially volatile few weeks in…

Can Britain sustain the growth in car sizes?

Aug 25 2014

Last week, I tried to find a luxury London venue that could accommodate a Maserati Quattroporte, for an event we were organising…

That grinds my gears…

Aug 22 2014

Last week, my 18-year old niece passed her driving test. I know what you’re thinking. No way I’m old enough to have…

Twitter Favourites New Timeline Algorithm

Aug 21 2014

Have you noticed something a bit different about your Twitter timeline recently? Good news, you’re not the only one. The developers at…

The future of car dealerships

Aug 08 2014

The way we buy cars is changing. As a statement, that probably doesn’t seem too bold. After all, the way we shop…

‘Leccy’ cars descend on Leicestershire

Aug 05 2014

Having grown up in Leicester I can assure you that nothing really exciting tends to happen there. We have an elected mayor…