Articles by: Ken Collier

Did Klaus Fuchs open the Iron Curtain to The Cold War?

July 14, 2015 11:00 am0 comments
Did Klaus Fuchs open the Iron Curtain to The Cold War?

The conviction of Emile Julius Klaus Fuchs in 1950 as a spy was a shock to those around him, but the extent of his espionage was to send shock waves around the world in terms of the impact it had upon the balance of power in the world for the […]

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The Inevitability of Denial in the Corruption of Sport.

June 10, 2015 1:55 pm0 comments
The Inevitability of Denial in the Corruption of Sport.

The merging of power and financial reward in sport brings a heady mix of hedonistic fame and fortune and with it the temptation to cheat and corrupt your way to the top. This is nothing new but with the increasing monetary gain that all sports people can achieve the temptation is that much greater. It […]

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Bullying – Not in the Playground

April 25, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Bullying – Not in the Playground

Bullying was once the domain of the school playground. The aggressive behaviour of individuals repeated over time against another. More often than not the children involved usually directed their abuse and intimidation towards a particular target. In the present educational climate it seems to many that the bullying has moved […]

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Manager of the Year?

April 19, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Manager of the Year?

Since the inception of the Premier League in 1993/4 the title of Manager of the Year has almost exclusively been won by the manager who steers his team to the Premiership title. Only 4 managers, (George Burley 2000-01, Harry Redknapp 2009/10, Alan Pardew 2011/12 & Tony Pulis 2013-14) have received […]

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