Scotland has just joined the growing list of countries getting tough on the vapes. Here's why the libertarians should pipe down.
Jerusalem has been mooted as England's new national anthem – best swot up on its history.
Anglo-Saxon opposition to the Norman conquest lasted for years after the Battle of Hastings.
There's something every Scot should know about those caterwauling pipes.
If you want to buy a little piece of Scotland, you can't actually own it. Thankfully, the rules are different in England and Wales.
Why Scotland should raise a glass to a certain Brummie Bill.
A poll of polls suggests the UK could leave the EU if 52.5% of England votes to leave – which might not go down well in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Labour candidate Jim McMahon wins with a comfortable majority – without really mentioning his party leader at all.
Had the Jacobites triumphed at Sheriffmuir in 1715, Nicola Sturgeon would now be Scottish prime minister.
Our past is under threat from "nighthawks" - illegal metal detectorists who go out at night to seek their fortune from protected ancient monuments. A Bristol archaeologist investigates.
These maps can tell us much more than the location of England's most and least deprived areas.
We do need new homes - but Cameron's plan could have unintended consequences.
Ten years ago, the English Potteries looked to be breathing their last. Their reinvention should bring hope to struggling manufacturing bases everywhere.
Everything you need to know about rugby's biggest event.
Something similar to E.P. Thompson’s story of England in the first three decades of the 1800s has happened in Australia between the mid-1980s and today.
In threatening to derail a vote on fox hunting in England, the SNP has undermined its credibility as a voice for Scotland.
England's great run in the Women's World Cup has heightened UK media interest in the tournament. Is it the game-changer that women's sport has been waiting for?
The three marginal seats clustered around Brighton and Hove are hosting a multi-party social media brawl.
An analysis of the world's longest-running temperature record suggests that England is many times more likely to experience more record-breaking hot years like 2014 than it was a century ago.
UKIP is on the march in the Thames estuary – in a seat that hardly resembles its stereotypical territory at all.