Despite hopes of a second referendum on independence being dashed, many Scottish nationalists look to Slovakia as an example of how a small nation can stand on its own.
‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ is now a treasured Christmas classic, but it didn’t start life that way – not in the UK, at least.
Decision-making bodies created by random selection, citizens’ assemblies are creating a sense of optimism about democracy among those who have heard about or taken part in them.
Liberal schools of thought largely inform how Muslims are viewed across Europe, research finds.
Many countries export their plastic waste abroad – but the mismanagement of this plastic waste is one of the leading causes of plastic pollution in nature.
The Scottish government wanted to trigger a second independence vote without consulting Westminster but that has been deemed not legally permissable.
Women in the textile factories of 19th-century Glasgow faced terrible working conditions. In fighting for their rights, they prepared the ground for feminists today.
Voluntary regulation has helped company boards become more diverse but has been more successful in certain countries.
France’s nuclear energy supply and public support schemes for households have in particular helped to limit the rise in prices.
The new chancellor is aiming to increase average UK GDP to 2.5% a year.
Date from Scotland and Northern Ireland shows Remainers are rethinking their place in the UK.
The death of Queen Elizabeth will not weaken the attachment of Northern Ireland’s unionists to Britain. But it is a morale blow at a time of political uncertainty.
A scholar of British history explains how the ornate church and its significance to the monarchy have changed over centuries.
The world changed a great deal in the 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Her son’s legacy may be determined by how he adapts to new dynamics within the UK and across the Commonwealth.
Queen Elizabeth harnessed goodwill from Canadians mostly as an individual, rather than as the hereditary head of an institution. But her death will lead to debate about the relevance of the monarchy.
It’s in Britain’s interests to help the African continent reach its potential.
Why UK energy rationing is increasingly likely this winter, whether Truss likes it or not.
Russia is burning off and wasting millions of pounds of gas rather than supply it to Europe. Here’s why.
Federal Education Minister Jason Clare says migration is one ‘practical’ solution to get classrooms staffed. But there are also signification teacher shortages in the UK, US and Canada.
Central banks are having to choose between ruinous inflation or ruinous interest rates.