Last week it emerged that among the many people affected by the Trump administration’s travel ban was Muhammad Ali Jr, son of the late boxing legend, who was detained and questioned for two hours at a Florida airport. Immigration agents reportedly asked him, “Are you a Muslim?” and, “Where did your name come from?”
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Despite her protestations that Beyoncé should have won instead, Adele scored big at the 2017 Grammy awards on Sunday 12th February.
She picked up all five of the awards for which she was nominated, including Record of the Year for ‘Hello’ and Album of the Year for ‘25’ – which she received saying, “I can’t possibly accept this award,” instead dedicating it to “artist of my life” Beyoncé for her album ‘Lemonade’. Later the 28-year-old London-born singer-songwriter broke the gong in half to share it with her idol.
Our analysis of whether being elected by the people pays off for prime ministers when it comes to the length of their tenure.
This infographic was published in issue #24 of Delayed Gratification. Check out what else is inside here, pick up a copy in our shop, or take out an annual subscription with promo code ‘SOCIAL20′ and we’ll send you the issue for free.
When former UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher died in April 2013, aged 87, she was remembered for many things. Not top of the list, but impressive nonetheless, was the fact that she had an unusually low sleep requirement.
In our latest butterfly effect, we connect the dots between a nighttime stroll in 18th-century Switzerland and the paint-splattered ‘Colourful Revolution’ which spread through Macedonia this year.
Gareth Southgate has just been confirmed as the new manager of the England football team, but can he take his place among the greats? We’ve crunched the numbers to work out the country’s best manager of all time, statistically speaking. Here’s who you’ve got to beat, Gareth…
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Here’s a small sample from the ten-page Olympics infographics extravaganza we’re publishing in DG#24, which has just gone to press. In it we reimagine what the Rio 2016 medals table could have looked like if some tweaks had been made to the judging criteria of the Games…
This infographic is taken from issue #24, which will be out on 5th December. Not a subscriber yet? We’ll send you the issue for free if you take out an annual subscription with promotion code ‘SOCIAL20′.
According to Kew’s State of the World’s Plants report, there are 391,000 vascular plants known to science – and one fifth of them are at risk of extinction.
In our latest issue, we mapped the documented uses of the 31,128 plant species which are known to benefit humans, animals or the wider environment.
This infographic was taken from issue #23 of Delayed Gratification, which is available for purchase in our online shop. Or subscribe today with promotion code ‘SOCIAL20′ and you’ll receive the issue for free.
In April, Harriet Tubman was announced as the new face of the $20 bill. Having led hundreds of slaves to freedom via the underground railroad in the 19th century, the African-American abolitionist will become the first woman to appear on a US banknote in more than a century.
But how well do women fare in other currencies? We crunched the numbers for this infographic, published in DG #23.
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