It took more than one person to bring down the Roman Empire, but the moral decay started somewhere.
The writing was on the wall for the international development secretary as soon as she got on that aeroplane.
When the DfID minister held secret meetings with government officials while on holiday, she seems to have forgotten about her quest to stamp out dodgy dealings in development spending.
A new division tasked with delivering the country's economic goals should be the first step.
Stalemate in the Brexit negotiations is linked to a crisis of representation in Europe.
Are British universities under threat of censorship?
Is there light at the end of the Brexit talks tunnel?
A 'no deal is a good deal' strategy needs to be carefully executed.
The way we talk about this problem is working against us.
The physical segregation of cities has a crucial role in poverty and access to public services.
The Mexican artist and fervent Stalinist would be surprised to discover Theresa May's choice of bracelet.
Theresa May wants to rapidly increase the supply of affordable homes, but will have to tread carefully on Britain's talismanic property wealth.
Her party needed a clear vision for the future but again the PM offered nothing but prevarication.
Party conference is a make or break moment for the Maybot.
As the party meets for its annual conference in Manchester it is fighting for survival.
The world needs to cultivate a global citizenship sensibility, particularly in the education of our university and college students, to ensure the harmonious survival of planet Earth.
The British PM finally acknowledged the need for a transition deal, which will play well in Brussels. But her vision for the future continues to amount to vague platitudes.
Pearls of wisdom for a prince will serve a prime minister, too.
With such a colourful political past, the British prime minister will be hoping for a show of substance in choosing the Tuscan city.
Labour and the Conservatives need a broader bandwidth to appeal to the modern electorate.