The UK could learn from the kind of action Scotland is taking on drug deaths.
Scotland’s BrewDog had long championed its social and environmental values, then came accusations of a “bullying culture”. What can we learn from their case?
The UK needs to find strong partnerships to push back against China, but it may struggle to do so.
We calculated there was a one in 1.4 billion chance of someone contracting vCJD from a blood transfusion. And that risk will get even smaller with time.
Summer heat may be far from people’s minds here in Australia. But Europe’s ordeal is yet another sign changes in Earth’s climate have already reached dangerous levels.
Johnson will remain prime minister until a new party leader is chosen - which could take months.
Girls’ rugby is a sport with higher than expected concussion rates. As the sport grows in popularity, preventing concussions is more effective than treating them.
Western European states are ignoring the international legal rights of children and using national security arguments to avoid responsibility for them.
Knowing whether it’s safe to travel is harder in the age of COVID. This travel guide may help.
Inspired by François Mitterrand’s idea of a European confederation, French president Emmanuel Macron has outlined the idea of a political body that would be separate from the EU.
Refugee law puts humanitarianism above considerations of state sovereignty.
The deal undermines every human being’s right to seek asylum and commitments enshrined in the Refugee Convention.
If Labor could harness the uni-educated urban vote in Australia the way the Liberals have in Canada, they would more easily win federal elections.
Fertility rates declined among women of all ages in the UK at the start of the pandemic – but have been picking up again, particularly among older mothers.
Cleaning and reoxygenating the river Thames has helped its biodiversity surge, but there’s still more to be done to make it healthy.
This year’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations will draw on traditions that have bolstered support for monarchs since the early 1800s — it could help this year’s celebrations succeed again.
The choice of Rwanda has a logic about it. But it’s also controversial.
Both the Russian and US arsenals boast thousands of nuclear weapons, located in various places around their own countries and, for the US, in Europe as well.
Countries that previously fared best at controlling COVID are now finding it tougher to keep cases and deaths down.
African countries’ decision to avoid condemning Russia for its invasion of Ukraine was not based only on issues directly connected to the conflict.