We asked two constitutional law experts to explain what would happen if Edinburgh and Cardiff refuse to give legislative consent to a bill.
The political and commercial motives behind revealing stars' salaries.
The new French president has been accused of racism over comments about Africa's 'civilisational' problems.
After years of propping up corrupt parties in the name of 'order', Kosovo's international backers have a very different partner to deal with.
Kim Jong-il and Bill Clinton looked to have done a deal to curb North Korea's nuclear weapons programme for good. What went wrong?
With the EU's refugee relocation scheme due to end in September, progress has been painfully slow.
After a high point in 2011, it looked like a global wave of protest had crested. But another one is surging.
The violent evolution of martyrdom.
The organisation that monitors chemical weapons could play a valuable role in tackling this problem.
Against the backdrop of the G20, Russia and the US have made a deal over Syria. But it's Putin who holds the winning hand.
Their assistance can be vital after legal aid cuts.
The tricky truth is that change goes in both directions.
Restorative justice has worked for other offenders and their victims. New research has looked at whether it is suitable for organised crime.
The lessons of Liu's life and work must never be forgotten.
In many countries sports like football brings people together, but in Bosnia it re-emphasises the divides.
As a former president goes down for nine-and-a-half years, Brazil's judicial structures are weathering the political crisis well.
Turns out eyewitness testimony is one of the least reliable forms of evidence.
Tips from a care home expert on what questions to ask when picking a care home for yourself, a friend or relative.
Islamic State propaganda uses a narrative of centuries-old 'crusader' aggression.
Iraqis are proud of the victory in Mosul, but worried about the huge tasks ahead.
This deal needs to be seen for what it is: a massive step towards dominance of the UK media which could influence public opinion and squeeze out competition.
One of Israel's most controversial leaders, Benjamin Netanyahu is making the most of a chance to fly under the radar.
Macron's portrait and taste in literature are full of political symbols to be sussed.
Scammers target people who crave social contact.
For China’s ethnic minorities, the state's development programme is a matter of political control.
Now the UK and the EU have made their opening offers on citizens' rights, an EU law expert examines what this means for UK nationals living abroad.
It turns out that the president of the Philippines is exactly who he said he was.
Trump and Putin are already bickering and with Erdoğan making a fuss too, the German Chancellor will have to play a blinder for the summit not to fall apart.