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William Hinch
Queen Mary, University of London
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England came up just short when attempting to salvage a result from almost certain defeat at Headingley, being dismissed with only one ball of the match remaining. James Anderson failed to emulate his herocis of Cardiff 2009, and with it England's demise from number one test nation to record breaking losers has hit a new low.

Agonising Series defeat only worsens England's demise

England came up just short when attempting to salvage a result from almost certain defeat at Headingley, being dismissed with only one ball of the match remaining. James Anderson failed to emulate his herocis of Cardiff 2009, and with it England's demise from number one test nation to record breaking losers has hit a new low.

Given the tough group in which England were enlisted onto, few expected anything other than progression beyond that as a mark of success. Expectation then, were kept sensibly low. That England will fly home tomorrow having failed to jump the qualifying distance shows just how poor they were during a torrid World Cup week.

Same result, different tournament as England crash out of World Cup 2014

Given the tough group in which England were enlisted onto, few expected anything other than progression beyond that as a mark of success. Expectation then, were kept sensibly low. That England will fly home tomorrow having failed to jump the qualifying distance shows just how poor they were during a torrid World Cup week.

It's not often you find yourself agreeing with Piers Morgan. However, during his recent appearance on the panel of BBC's current affairs debate programme Question Time, his optimistic slant on UKIP's rise in British politics left me in this uncomfortable scenario.

Why UKIP are good for British Politics

It's not often you find yourself agreeing with Piers Morgan. However, during his recent appearance on the panel of BBC's current affairs debate programme Question Time, his optimistic slant on UKIP's rise in British politics left me in this uncomfortable scenario.

I scoured the depths of Wikipedia and entered domains of the internet rarely accessed by any human being in order to evaluate the success of the X Factor's mission.

X Factor winners - where are they now?

I scoured the depths of Wikipedia and entered domains of the internet rarely accessed by any human being in order to evaluate the success of the X Factor's mission.

Celebrity Big Brother has returned to our screens, as the eye-gougingly repetitive reality TV calendar continues to prove that brainstorming sessions at the UK's biggest stations continue to end with the same conclusions.

Reality TV merry-go-round shows no sign of halting after Big Brother 2013 launch

Celebrity Big Brother has returned to our screens, as the eye-gougingly repetitive reality TV calendar continues to prove that brainstorming sessions at the UK's biggest stations continue to end with the same conclusions.

The quiet, unsuspecting town of Ossett, a few miles from Wakefield, was thrown into the public eye recently as a local caf� owner's frustrations at the racial attitudes of local residents led to a controversial move.

A first-hand look at the story that shook a sleeping town

The quiet, unsuspecting town of Ossett, a few miles from Wakefield, was thrown into the public eye recently as a local caf� owner's frustrations at the racial attitudes of local residents led to a controversial move.

England's failure to grasp the science of the 50 over format stumbles on, as defeat to India in this year’s Champions Trophy, held in England, ensured the hoodoo will be extended for at least another two years.

England's ODI agony continues with final defeat

England's failure to grasp the science of the 50 over format stumbles on, as defeat to India in this year’s Champions Trophy, held in England, ensured the hoodoo will be extended for at least another two years.

Apple or Windows? The eternal question that has plagued the internet forums of this world for many years. I will attempt to instill some rationality into the subject, in the hope to aid any future consumers becoming bemused by their lack of decisiveness.

Apple: Technological Geniuses' or Marketing Masterminds?

Apple or Windows? The eternal question that has plagued the internet forums of this world for many years. I will attempt to instill some rationality into the subject, in the hope to aid any future consumers becoming bemused by their lack of decisiveness.

How do England's recent performances bode for a serious tilt at 50 over silverware in the next two years?

England's ODI Exploits: A progress report

How do England's recent performances bode for a serious tilt at 50 over silverware in the next two years?

Home Secretary Theresa May's announcement in July to overhaul the British Citizenship test led me to consider how strongly I can boast about my standing within my country of birth.

Citizenship Test changes to only further alienate immigrants

Home Secretary Theresa May's announcement in July to overhaul the British Citizenship test led me to consider how strongly I can boast about my standing within my country of birth.

Given the large amount of protests and strikes that have taken place over the past couple of years, are they actually making a difference? Is it even worth protesting anymore?

Will you be joining the NUS protest?

Given the large amount of protests and strikes that have taken place over the past couple of years, are they actually making a difference? Is it even worth protesting anymore?

Traditionally British politics was seen as the height of sophisticated debate. But recent events have only strengthened my view that it has accelerated to somewhat of a circus.

The rise of pantomime politics

Traditionally British politics was seen as the height of sophisticated debate. But recent events have only strengthened my view that it has accelerated to somewhat of a circus.

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