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.
Who is up and who is down after a bumper crop of votes.
Nicola Sturgeon wants Scotland out, Boris Johnson hopes to hold it all together and Mark Drakeford believes in the best of both worlds.
From councils to devolved parliaments, a bumper crop of contests is happening on the same day.
England is voting for metro mayors and councils on May 6 at a crucial time for local decision-making.
We studied shared values within England and found an even larger gulf between Northerners and Southerners than we did between English and Scots.
It takes time and money to hold an election safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Counties, local authorities, councils – how you divvy up the map changes the game significantly.
The answer could be found in death rates among the elderly.
History shows that revenge is a dish often served cold in Westminster.
Tensions between regional leaders and central government have reenergised a devolution debate.
Even Conservative backbenchers are forming alliances to push back against central government thinking on COVID measures.
A scholar of slavery in the British Empire describes the first boycott against sugar made with slave labor in the West Indies.
When a 14-year-old Paul McCartney watched Little Richard in the hit film ‘The Girl Can’t Help It,’ he couldn’t have imagined that the two would one day take the stage together.
Unbridled ambition and bruised egos created an irreparable fissure.
The great walker and poet can give us much to ponder and marvel at on our daily jaunts