Taking the mic. Varoufakis.
Greece's 'accidental economist' speaks to the UK's leading minds on Syriza, the troika, and whether he’s just a little over-exposed.
The Devil infiltrates the righteous – or does he?
One of the highlights of this year's Edinburgh festival, the confusion and uncertainty in James Hogg's classic is all too familiar to us.
The way we raise tax for local councils is unfair and unfeasible - our expert takes a look at the alternatives.
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Far from supporting risk, the environment of the Fringe is increasingly one in which playing safe is the best way to avoid losing out.
Outsmarted by a mouse: the scariest creature in the woods.
Toon a Ville
Julia Donaldson's tale of brains and brawn may only be 16 years old, but like Harry Potter it has joined the ranks of the all-time greats.
PrEP drugs to prevent people contracting HIV mustn't disrupt existing sexual health strategies.
A far-right protestor carries a noose through the streets of Prague.
Anti-immigration protesters carried nooses through the streets of Prague as police stood by without acting.
Held by the throat.
A punitive deal which makes life hard for the Greek people and which sets dangerous precedents for the eurozone.
Never a cross word?
As the British Museum gears up for some soul-searching about our inner Celt, 500 dons are gathering with much the same mission.
A budget without bite for tackling a shortfall of homes.
The budget contained some major housing reforms, but the chancellor had no answer to the sector's number-one problem.
Celebrations by No supporters on July 5 in front of Greek parliament in Athens.
The Greek rejection of the bailout means it's time to brace ourselves: Grexit is now an 80% probability.
Grexit puts everyone at risk.
European leaders have consistently claimed that their anti-contagion measures would protect the rest of the eurozone from a Greek exit. This looks like pure propaganda.
Alexis Tsipras prepares for an interview with the state broadcaster.
Would the eurozone redesign its flawed system in the wake of a Grexit?
JM Barrie in 1893.
Bandelero the Bandit is being performed for the first time since 1877. It is the ideal opportunity for a reappraisal of the Scottish writer's oeuvre.
Migrants are increasingly attempting to enter Europe overland from the East.
With thousands dying in the Mediterranean, migrants and refugees have started coming to Europe by land. And countries in the East aren't happy.
Flags for sale in Athens.
Only one thing is certain in the titanic struggle over Greek debt and the future of the Euro.
The future of space travel?
A prototype solar sailing satellite has just successfully been deployed in orbit, pointing the way to the future of space travel.
The G7 leaders at Elnau Castle in Germany.
What to make of the announcement that we'll be off the hydrocarbons in time for the 22nd century? Dream on.
There needs to be rules that govern what takes place in the cloud as there are for what occurs on the ground.
David James Paquin
All interaction depends on rules, written or unwritten, to ensure a smooth ride. But in cyberspace there are none.
Charles Kennedy 1959-2015.
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The former Lib Dem leader remembered as anti-war orator and master communicator with a gift for relating to his audience.