Legal expert on the obscure law that makes King Charles and Prince Williams the heirs of people who die without wills or close relatives in Lancashire and Cornwall.
The play captures the light and dark sides of the beautiful game.
Witchcraft is an enduring source of fascination but also prone to popular misconceptions.
There is no evidence that either academies or local schools produce better results with equivalent pupils.
African teams take the football world cup by storm.
As participation levels rise, TV viewing figures increase and sponsorship income improves year on year, what’s left to achieve for women in football?
Statistics show how a change of approach by England’s team marks a dramatic break with the history of Test cricket.
Both unionists and nationalists cite this keystone document of Scottish history.
A review of government services has found that autistic people are being failed in health, education, employment, poverty and housing.
While playing the old enemy for the Ashes is for many the pinnacle of Australian cricket, Australia-India is developing as a modern rivalry.
People in rural areas have less access to supermarkets in general. When it comes to online grocery shopping, just over 11% of those have no choice at all.
Forecasting is a tricky art but looking back at the relationship between local elections and subsequent general elections puts Labour on course for House of Commons majority.
Labour strategists seem determined to cast Starmer as the sensible ‘adult in the room’, but in order to win lost areas he needs to be much more radical than that.
Not a knockout blow but important gains for the opposition.
There’s a lot to play for in the final big electoral test before the next national vote, especially in northern regions where Labour hopes to make a comeback.
The genetic study challenges previous theories about the origins and culture of the Picts.
Pancake Day isn’t just about pancakes.
News reports about accidents can deliver important moral lessons and remind us to value life.
The idea that human activity threatens nature, and that it is important to protect wild places, dates back to the dawn of the Industrial Revolution.
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.