Articles by Tristan Stewart-Robertson
Aug 29, 2012
Why the Paralympics are really the greatest show on earthThese are the role models that show anything is possible. They hold up a mirror to the rest of us who sit on our asses tweeting all day and make us look thoroughly lazy and feel rightly guilty.
Aug 23, 2012
Naked Harry pics: Are UK papers finally growing up?When British papers won't run the naked pictures of Prince Harry, you know something's changed.
Aug 20, 2012
Julian Assange is not the tragic hero he thinks he isAssange is no longer Wikileaks, and for the sake of Wikileaks, he should walk away. If he truly believes in the work it does, then it can and should survive without him. But he doesn't. He believes in himself.
Aug 12, 2012
London 2012: Do the Olympics herald a 'new Britain'?If Britain wants to use the Olympics and Paralympics to inspire creation of a "new Britain", by all means. But every Briton will have to work at it to make it a reality. It doesn't come from simply watching sport, or the Spice Girls.
Jul 27, 2012
Should India aspire to host the Olympics? DefinitelyDoes it make sense for India to even think of hosting the Olympics after the madness of the Commonwealth Games?
Jul 22, 2012
Batman shooting: Why can't media learn power of silence?For major public tragedies of senseless deaths and injuries, words fail to explain why. But unfortunately it doesn't stop the media from trying anyway.
Jul 18, 2012
Are the London Olympics a mess already?Are the worries over issues like security and transport overdone or will it help ensure that the London Olympics go smoothly?
Jul 10, 2012
Murray aftermath: Britain's unhealthy obsession with defeatBritain doesn't give a toss if they win any or all the other Wimbledon titles - they only want the men's. And in some cases, they only want the right kind of person to win the men's.
Jul 06, 2012
Are London Olympics the most paranoid ever?Will a paranoid Britain overreact for the next two months at every twitch and ill-timed joke because of the Olympics?
Jul 03, 2012
No answers, only moralising: one year after UK's phone hacking scandalThe Leveson Inquiry into the phone hacking scandal will only perhaps reveal the journalistic practices of the last 20 -30 years. What will matter is what journalists do so that people have faith in them again.