UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn at the party’s recent conference. His leadership has revived the party’s fortunes.
Britain's Labour under Corbyn is smelling power, and the making of a new social revolution. In contrast, in South Africa's governing ANC is in disarray, with no moral compass or credible leadership.
Some 53% of British people think it's acceptable to display these dolls – and the difference between remainers and leavers is particularly surprising.
New research has examined the extent to which charity begins at home for Britons.
A warning from Athens about facing political headwinds with a government barely worth the name.
Grime Jme MC with Labour candidate Jeremy Corbyn.
Britain's shock election and its surprising result allows us to see a relay between visual media, the online world and the political one we live in.
Smaller companies are failing to move quickly into overseas sales. It may be time for government to put its money where its mouth is.
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Contemporary television is replete with gruesome tests of survival, charting our obsession with what modern man has lost.
Tom Hardy in Taboo.
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The East India Company offered men untold travel and riches – if they survived.
In celebration of academic books.
Part of a mural commemorating the 1936 Battle of Cable Street.
The 'hero' of one year can prove to be the villain of later ones.
A woman holding a picture of Castro and Chavez waits to pay homage to Castro in Havana on Nov. 28, 2016.
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A former British ambassador to Cuba, now a professor at Boston University, still has a few questions for the late Cuban leader.
Could Clinton follow in May’s footsteps?
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Will it be possible to put America's political life back together after the election? Britain after 'Brexit' offers a case study.
Loach's latest film tells the story of a man who finds himself caught in a harsh world of uncaring bureaucrats, food banks and benefits cuts.
Soft power, getting softer?
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Britain uses its aid for soft power. How will that change after it leaves the EU?
The Jacobites are regularly cast as 'primitive' Scots – yet it is a false narrative suited for political ends.
Do the Chancellor’s sums add up.
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Rates of corporation tax have a very human impact.
Without democratic reform, the time ahead for both Britain and the EU looks bleak indeed.
The Brexit vote was the outcome of the disillusionment and disengagement that have permeated the UK. Many Europeans share that mood, which is why both the UK and EU need radical democratic surgery.
Can the fall of the Soviet Union give us insight into the possible ramifications of the Brexit vote?
In the wake of Brexit, the UK film industry is set to lose funding, access to a huge distribution network, and possibly the European talent pool. For an example of the havoc this could cause, look no further than the former Soviet Union.
Markets plunged after the UK voted to exit the EU. Africa’s trade relations with both the EU and UK will be affected by the decision.
Emerging market countries that rely heavily on commodity exports will be hit hardest by Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Sure, it's got a flag and some bank notes – but the EU will need to do better if it's to compete with its members' strong, national design heritage.