"Uk" Blogs & Blog Posts

Mark McNulty PhotographyMark McNulty Photography

The blog of a Liverpool photographer working in the worlds of music, fashio...

 
SugarBlossom WeddingsSugarBlossom Weddings

Wedding planning and co-ordination for the modern couple in the UK.

 
PhotogMusicPhotogMusic

This is a blog where I take photos of the shows that happened in Ottawa. T...

 
Separated by a Common LanguageSeparated by a Common Language

Observations on British and American English by an American linguist living...

 
AurelismAurelism

Blog of a French young lady living in NYC and giving her point of view abou...

 
In search of a life less ordinaryIn search of a life less ordinary

Looking to find a different way of living, I headed overseas in the summer ...

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 


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Archaeologists have carefully recreated images of a figure on a Pictish stone, discovered during the construction of a road in 2017, with the details uncovered offering new insights into Scotland's warrior past. The Tulloch Stone [Credit: University...

A mass burial of bodies, known to be victims of the Black Death, has been discovered at the site of a 14th-century monastery hospital at Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire. The mass burial of bodies at Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire [Credit: University of...

The European Union has opened up the prospect that Greece’s claim on the Elgin Marbles could become a bargaining chip in negotiations over its future relationship with Britain. A section of the Parthenon Frieze on display at The British Museum in...

The UK's weather service, the Met Office, will spend £1.2 billion ($1.6 billion) to acquire the world's most powerful climate supercomputer, the government has announced. That's over ten times more than its current Cray XC40...

A new study by scientists from the University of Bristol's School of Earth Sciences, shows a well-known group of extinct marine reptiles had an early burst in their diversity and evolution—but that a failure to adapt in the long-run may have led to...

Two skeletons dating back to the Bronze and Iron Age have been unearthed by archaeologists working on a building site. One of the skeletons found at Aylesham [Credit: SWAT via KentOnline]The remains were discovered at the Aylesham Garden Village dev...

The world is waking up to the fact that human-driven carbon emissions are responsible for warming our climate, driving unprecedented changes to ecosystems, and placing us on course for the sixth mass extinction event in Earth's history. Geologists s...