While Islamophobic acts in Paris mainly take place in public institutions, in London they're mainly on the street or on public transport.
The British government is not facing up to the serious challenges it faces.
There have been more than 50 murders in London already in 2018, and more in February and March than in New York.
Closing the loophole: why the UK government must clip Hezbollah’s 'wings'.
By expanding our understanding of streets and enhancing their design, every street corner could become a space to socialise, to exercise, to play, or to trade.
The EU has ruled out any cherry picking from the UK for things like single market access for financial services.
The congestion charge has helped to ease traffic and raise funds. But the rise of Uber and other private hire vehicles have raised unforeseen challenges.
This is how the working-class traders of Chrisp Street Market stood up to property developers – and won.
New York soon may charge a fee to drive into central Manhattan as a way of reducing traffic and raising funds for public transit. An urban scholar says this step is overdue in the United States.
An expert in criminology explains why you shouldn't believe everything you see on TV – organised crime is still a very British problem.
The future of Sydney is under constant scrutiny. But before we consider creating a 'third city' in Sydney's west, we should ensure we get the current infrastructure up to international standards.
Does 21st century corporate logic contain the seeds of its own destruction?
As former partner of TOWIE star Ferne McCann is sentenced for throwing acid in a nightclub, a criminologist considers the real reasons such attacks are on the rise.
Why are people so obsessed with the notorious serial killer?
It's time to turn Oxford Street into a haven for walkers.
It's time to shatter some common misconceptions about the recent crime wave.
This is about more than justice for the 96.
Rules are made to be broken. Innovation stalls when you don't follow that simple maxim.
Should we care about the loss of an industry that normally lives in the shadows?
The night time economy goes far beyond pubs and clubs.