With series 6 of the BBC’s hit cop drama well underway, Harry Scott-Munro considers whether the end is in sight for this decade-long storyline
The freedom of speech of many has been curtailed as the police have been cracking down on protestors throughout the pandemic. Harry clarifies his respect for most officers who represent the ideals of policing, but unveils a well developed critique of policing in turbulent times and the ‘bad apples’ who abuse their power.
With the sad news of the death of Murray Walker, Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro pays tribute to the man whose voice lit up Formula 1 for so many years.
With a recent spate of red cards gripping rugby, Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks at whether the excessive pursuit of player safety is now having a negative impact on the quality of the game?
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro talks to Exeter University alumni Johnny Fisher, ahead of his professional debut against Matt Gordon on Saturday night.
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro previews the 2021 6 Nations Championship.
Harry Scott-Munro takes a look at the spin behind the evermore frequent government U-turns and whether this is undermining their position on wider issues.
Online Sports Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks at the history of the Rugby Football Union, as rugby’s first governing body celebrates it’s 150th birthday.
Harry Scott-Munro puts forward the case to continue with promotion and relegation from the top flight of English rugby.
Harry Scott-Munro takes a look at the partial return of fans to stadiums.