No official French version of the Constitution Act of 1867 exists in 2022. This aberration calls into question the validity of taking an oath to the King in French.
World Cup 2022: the risk of playing on with concussion and why the rules in football need to change.
As the ball that Maradona’s fist helped on its way to the back of the net – with some divine help – goes up for auction, a scholar of soccer explains why that goal means so much.
During a two-decade period of English history known as the Anarchy, a woman sought to make the then-unprecedented move of ascending to the English throne.
Moving entire communities threatened by rising seas isn’t as far-fetched as it sounds.
Forming a pact with the Liberal Democrats would make electoral sense in England – but Keir Starmer does not see it as a risk worth taking.
Paris successfully took water back into public ownership. There is growing evidence to suggest England should do the same.
Tax cuts could ease the burden on households and small businesses that are struggling, alongside tax increases for large firms.
The Liberal Democrats think they can take the seat from Boris Johnson’s Conservatives in the wake of partygate – and longstanding resentment towards the political class is fuelling their optimism.
The schools inspectorate’s policies about language are harmful to the most marginalised members of society.
New research shows that universities could offset carbon by changing some of their land to woodlands and meadows.
British countryside management needs a new co-ordinated approach, a researcher argues.
Hospitalisations aren’t rising in the steep manner that prompted previous lockdowns despite the high current caseload.
In a region threatened by coastal erosion, a group of school students learned how they could explore change using visual stories and poems.
Go back to 17th- and 18th-century England and France and you’ll see the same sort of handwringing over birthrates that we’re seeing today.
Euro 2020 was full of successes for this team, we shouldn’t forget that.
Studying the team over the past 25 years has provided clues as to why it’s plagued with issues of racism and hooliganism
England has often seen itself as a sporting underdog, it’s time that changed.
New analysis of Anglo-Saxon skulls suggests that being an Anglo-Saxon was a matter of language and culture, and not genetics.
The data shows that attainment gaps in English education at age 16 cannot be attributed to any single factor.