Rising sea levels spell trouble for North Norfolk’s hauntingly beautiful but increasingly vulnerable estuary.
The Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales has been published today. Key recommendations for police reform include addressing the shortage of detectives, reinvesting in neighbourhood policing and the creation of a Crime Prevention Agency.
The furore over honours is part of a push to diminish the monarchy.
Rachel Maclean, the working poor and a typical Twitter firestorm based on modern media misrepresentation
A Tory minister gave an interview on the cost of living crisis and the sky fell in. Only, she didn’t say what her critics claimed she said.
Brexiteers made numerous mistakes on Northern Ireland. But in seeking to trap the Brits via the Protocol, Brussels put its fingers in the mangle of Northern Ireland politics. The EU finds itself in a terrible mess. It should compromise, though presumably it won’t.
Shipments of the housekeeping staple bound for the UK are reportedly stuck in Chinese ports.
Elections in North Rhine-Westphalia saw a return of Merkel’s CDU to top position with the SDP falling back to second place.
Russia warns Finland and Sweden that their membership of NATO would have “far-reaching consequences.”
Sri Lanka’s worst economic downturn since independence has led to violent clashes on the streets. Here’s what you need to know.
Investors, like central banks, will be hoping the age of low interest rates has further to run.
The Chancellor’s wife, Akshata Murty, owns a £500m stake in an IT company operating in Russia.
Of all the G20 member states, only Britain has made a speciality of handing over control of its vital interests to others.
Europe’s biggest economy by far has a particular sensitivity to soaring energy costs and slowing global demand. Recession cannot be discounted.
In the short-term, inflation has won the battle. Better forecasting would have helped the Bank tame it.
Neil Collins’ Notebook: Bailey feels the heat, the joys of fund management, and are Coldplay useful idiots?
A number of companies are currently developing technologies for off-Earth mining, space resource exploration, and for other uses in space.
A series of precise measurements of already known, bog-standard particles and processes have threatened to shake up physics.
Humans are sending out a signal to the stars. If we ever make contact, let’s hope that lifeforms come in peace.
As with any piece of art, your appreciation of AI output ultimately depends on your own interpretation.
Electric eels inspired the first battery two centuries ago and now point a way to future battery technologies
Today’s battery scientists still look to electric eels for ideas as the world’s need for large amounts of portage energy is ever-increasing.
New details of our past are coming to light, hiding in the nooks and crannies of the world, as we refine our techniques to go looking for them.
Sanctions are, at best, a scatter-gun approach when trade is worldwide, and supply chains are global.
Post-Brexit Britain may be more autonomous but we are still defined by our alliances and commitment to the defence of Europe.
A declaration by students, facilitated by King’s College London School of Security Studies and Reaction.
The clash of two competing visions of Britain post-Brexit are making it harder to diverge from EU rules.
Brexit-related uncertainties have weighed on UK investment. But the chaos and instant dislocation that some feared has not materialised.
The post-Brexit fishing agreement should ease tensions between Macron and Boris. But has it really enabled Britain to “take back control” of its waters?
Girls are now taking more STEM subjects than boys at A-level and maths is the third most popular choice for female students.
Inflations pushes up the interest to be charged on student loans to well above mortgage rates.
Taking pupils on museum visits doesn’t correlate to better GCSE grades, according to a new study. This misses the point – we should encourage children to enjoy art for art’s sake.
The pandemic may have slipped down the news agenda, but the world is still a long way from normal.
Need to know: China is battling the worst Covid outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic. Its economy is feeling the strain.
What’s more, coronavirus infection now carries an even lower mortality risk than a flu injection in England.
The idea that Musk is such a megalomaniac that he is willing to fritter away $44bn turning Twitter into some sort of far-right rag is slightly deranged.
Viewing figures for the launch of Piers Morgan’s flagship show didn’t match arch-rival GB News.
The world’s richest man has committed to protecting free speech. Not everyone thinks this is a great idea.