Bobby Angelove

Freelance Journalist, I often write Op-Eds on Political and Current Affairs.

We used ChatGPT for an essay and had it marked by a university academic

The rise of OpenAI has brought various chatbots that can answer any question or even write an essay. Whether universities are imposing a ban or will try it implement it, we got an AI generated essay marked by an academic. Read more

TRUTHFAL VIEW: The UCU and Universities strike disputes have big knock on effect for students

University Vice Chancellors must communicate with staff on working terms and conditions, the strikes are affecting both students and academic staff. Read more

LIVE: 100 Days to Armed Forces Day in Falmouth

Armed Forces Day in the United Kingdom is an annual event celebrated in late June to commemorate the service of men and women in the British Armed Forces. This year, it will be celebrated in Falmouth. Follow our live blog. Read more

Supermarkets race to win customers amid cost of living crisis

High-end supermarket Waitrose has decreased the prices of over 100 items from its own range, but how do they compare to other supermarkets? Bobby Angelov reports. Read more
A week in the life of an MP

A week in the life of an MP

We follow a week in the life Cherilyn Mackrory, MP for Falmouth and Truro. Read more
Who could be the next leader of the Conservative Party?

Who could be the next leader of the Conservative Party?

Our political corresponded Bobby Angelov speaks to former MEP Ann Widdecombe. Read more

From two-piece to T-shirt: The decline of UK tailoring

Whether it's the boys at Eton or the bosses now working from home, the good old British suit seems to be vanishing fast. Bobby Angelove is not happy... Read more

Winston did it, Maggie did it, it’s your turn now Boris!

After the Pandemic, the Prime Minister faces yet another big crisis. Read more

Lockdown Restrictions: A topic as divisive as Brexit

It’s one of those topics that sometimes even splits people from the same views. Read more

Opinion: Here comes the woke wagon.

Activists are trying to cancel the nation's favourite cider. Read more