A tory political career ends, a Lib Dem's begins – and Labour loses its deposit.
The court has a big constitutional decision to make in the appeal over who can trigger Article 50. But it may not be properly equipped to make it for the whole of the UK.
New guidelines from Scotland's universities association are a major step in the right direction.
The misconceived perception that decisions made by a few elites are good for all could potentially foment resentment by ordinary African citizens against regionalism.
Business Briefing: Former chief World Bank economist on inequality and doing away with big money
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A former chief economist to the World Bank and economic adviser to the Indian government says doing away with big currency notes is a noble idea but an ineffective tool.
If the UK is so intent on a 'hard Brexit', why did it just ratify a court that gives the EU jurisdiction over patent disputes?
Every one of us is vulnerable to thinking that the ideas we hold dear are reasoned or principled positions. But how many of our ideas are adopted and defended as part of our tribal identity?
Globalization in its present form has generated economic inequalities, political uncertainties and cultural anxiety. Is there a way to move forward that benefits more people?
Is the news media using data journalism properly?
A zero rate for business could actually be a progressive move and would reflect the anti-bureaucratic spirit of Brexit.
In a 'post-truth' world, presenting both points of view can often be misleading.
A linguistic battle between Brexiteers and Remainers shows how far we've come from a clear definition.
Leadership is an odd thing in a world where people only want their echo chamber defended. The power, and the responsibility, starts to lie elsewhere.
All the talk about a golden time for UK exporters forgets one crucial point.
The 2016 Scanlon Foundation survey provides grounds for caution in applying overseas comparisons to shifts in Australian public opinion.
The PM came to power as the anti-establishment candidate. Now he could be the next victim of populist ire.
Given that a hard Brexit currently looks to be the most likely outcome, the British people need to be given another say.
Is the election of Donald Trump going to reignite a futile war between science and anti-science?
By dismissing the votes in June and November as simple 'disatisfaction', the political elites face a long walk in the wilderness.
EU leaders couldn't pretend to be happy about the result of the US election. It goes against everything they stand for.