The Conversation, on Games and moral development

Video games affect your moral development but only until you’re 18 – new study Pixel-Shot/Shutterstock, Author provided Sarah Hodge, Bournemouth University Young people have probably spent much more of their time than usual playing video games over the last few months thanks to the coronvirus pandemic. One report from telecoms firm Verizon said online gaming […]

The Conversation, on British Troops

Proposals by the UK government will effectively sanction war crimes by British troops Frank Ledwidge, University of Portsmouth I spent much of the late 1990s as a reserve military intelligence officer involved in the hunt for war criminals in Bosnia. We got most of them in the end. A couple of years later, as a […]

The Conversation, on autonomous vehicles and access to transport

Autonomous cars could revolutionise transport for disabled people – if we change the way we design Andrey Popov/Shutterstock Paul Herriotts, Coventry University The move towards driverless cars isn’t just a chance for people to relax at the wheel. It’s an opportunity to revolutionise personal transport in a way that offers life-changing benefits to people with […]

Armed Forces Day 2020

A belated celebration of Armed Forces and Reserves Day When it comes to professionalism and sheer grit and effort many organisations look at our Armed Forces with green envy. Indeed, we at Hayachi Services are incredibly proud to be an Armed Forces Covenant signatory: offering a no-nonsense 15% as part of our commitment and allows […]