Every summer when the A-level and GCSE results are published, the "university vs work" argument begins to rage.
Author Charlie Mullins
Two weeks of the London Olympics 2012 ended in a bright and blazing closing ceremony yesterday – and what is left? A legacy?
A growing number of highly-paid older workers in many businesses are causing a block in the pipe that is preventing financial resources.
It's all very well for the London Olympics to inspire a few future athletes. It would be much better news if they inspired everyone, in all walks of life, to fulfil their potential
We have to stop moaning about the Olympics, says Boris Johnson, who is making one final attempt to make people forget about airport chaos, security incompetence and gridlock on the roads of the capital.
Pimlico Plumbers' Channel 4 experiment, Show Me Your Money, has opened the floodgates for debate. Charlie Mullins tells us what the experiment taught him about taking a chance in business.
Strange how many business owners are 'self-employed' instead of 'entrepreneurs' – Charlie Mullins wonders why so many business owners don't align themselves with the country's Dragons.
Since Henry II uttered the immortal phrase, ‘who will rid me of this meddlesome priest?’ powerful people have been hiding behind the concept of plausible deniability.
Can we really allow our education system to slip back into the stigma where practical education is considered second class?
The Chancellor's new £80bn scheme is us taking a step back and placing money back in the banks' hands again – a big mistake?
The government is naïve to believe a summer of post-Jubilee patriotism mixed with Olympic and Euro 2012 excitement (depending on how we get on against France tonight) will supress public outcry over the impending rise in fuel duty.
If we don't act quickly, the UK will drag itself into the Greek tragedy of an unemployment disaster.