2023 sees the UK host the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine. But what role does the stage itself have to play in the musical spectacle?
The UK has now chalked up a record 16 second place finishes. But what would it take to go one better and win the whole thing?
Let’s get one thing straight from the get-go: this contest is way older than the European Union.
Moving the voting system away from experts could be interpreted as a tactic to include American audiences.
New research shows the region’s arts organisations were a critical source of support for vulnerable people during lockdown
Violence affects entire communities, even law-abiding residents.
If the UK government is serious about levelling up the country, granting its second-tier cities more political and financial independence would be a good place to start.
Liverpool is the first city in England to investigate, via a land commission, how urban property can best serve everyone.
Some areas of Merseyside have more children at risk from gangs than in London. So why isn’t it studied more?
Preserving the cultural heritage of a city like Liverpool has to be reconciled with investing in its residents’ futures.
Knowing how much virus someone has in their body when testing positive for COVID-19 allows you to estimate when they picked up the virus.
From the emergence of Premier League to Cricket’s newer formats, the history of professional sport is full of breakups.
More competitive games between top soccer clubs is desirable but creating a ‘closed’ system would harm a soccer culture built on dreams, says the man who predicted the Super League two decades ago.
Everyone seems united against the new proposals, but can they really be stopped?
The pilot of mass testing people in Liverpool failed to pick up over half of cases, but this isn’t the end of the road for antigen testing.
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In both London and Liverpool – two extremes of Britain’s polarised housing market – activists have been busy re-imagining the future of public housing.
This is what it’s like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
History shows that revenge is a dish often served cold in Westminster.
People in precarious employment are hit hardest by economic shocks.