Prosperous in some areas but highly deprived along much of its coast, Kent has become the epicentre of post-Brexit Britain’s most challenging crises.
In Act II of her life, Meghan Markle should stop crafting an image at odds with reality and embrace her inner diva instead.
Despite the empty, right on gestures, City law firms haven’t really changed.
Daily Briefing: A diplomatic blame game is brewing between the British and French over the rise in illegal immigration.
Shock, horror: former PM tells risque joke at Spectator award’s dinner when she was honoured with Backbencher of the year.
If the Tories could dispose of a world-historical leader, they can surely divest themselves of a world-historical buffoon like Johnson.
Some migrants, already in a “safe” country, are determined to make the perilous journey across the channel to reach Britain.
A furious French leader has disinvited the Home Secretary to talks on the channel migrants crisis after Boris Johnson’s letter to the Élysée was published. The President’s response is odd, when there is so much at stake in human terms.
Under Scholz, Germany is set to legalise cannabis, abolish mass holding centres for refugees and dip its toe in the culture wars with its stance on gender. With Covid and inflation surging, his leadership skills will be tested from day one.
The Prime Minister needs to do much better. He should take a leaf out of Lord Frost’s book and set out a detailed post-Brexit plan.
Neil Collins’ Notebook: Despite soaring oil prices, investors are ditching Shell and BP shares.
A firm making a bid for a strategically-sensitive company may look “Western” even though it’s ultimately owned by the Chinese state.
Neil Collins’ Notebook: The government appears terrified of the consequences of a fall in domestic property prices – despite it being so long overdue.
It is hard to imagine inflation in a year’s time being anywhere near the Bank of England’s target rate of 2 per cent.
China’s economy faces manifold challenges – from a diminishing working-age population to a build-up of debt in the banking sector to the damage inflicted through its ‘zero-COVID’ policy.
A disease that attacks the lungs should put asthma sufferers at much greater risk. So why has the opposite turned out to be true?
Given the powerful effect that music has on the brain, researchers are investigating whether it can be used to treat many different neurological conditions.
Destroyed Russian satellite creates yet more space debris to threaten the International Space Station
An estimated 1,500 new pieces of debris are now floating through space as a result of the incident.
AI is making it easier than ever to reanimate the past. Will that change how we understand history and, as a result, ourselves?
Space power is critical in shaping 21st century geopolitics. With China asserting itself on the global stage, the UK cannot afford to sit idly by.
There is mounting pressure for social media regulation as a groundbreaking report by HOPE not Hate reveals that conspiracy theories about Covid-19 are being used to spread antisemitism online.
A new Public Accounts Committee Report lays bare the “broken” system of defence procurement.
China and Russia have expanded their definition of warfare – if NATO doesn’t wake up to this fact it will sleepwalk into crisis after crisis.
The navy chief will have to deal with the long-term planning, training and funding of the services, and how and when they are deployed – but his first priority will be crisis management.
The Brexit-induced Irish sea border is causing trouble for all parties involved. But it looks like the EU has made an improvement to its offer.
The former Treasury and EU Commission analyst made a pretty extraordinary claim about the Brexit minister.
The very fabric of the UK is threatened by Macron’s grandstanding and the border down the Irish Sea.
Adele’s teary reunion with her former English teacher is just the latest example of how it only takes one good teacher identifying potential in you to change the course of your life.
The embattled academic at the centre of a bitter transphobia row has resigned from Sussex University.
The high-profile head – who has railed against identity politics holding children back in the classroom – has been appointed by Liz Truss to “level up opportunity and give everyone the chance to succeed”.
Having headlined last weekend’s newsletter “Calm down on Covid” there was a cosmic inevitability to me testing positive this week. And so it turned out.
It is vital that Boris Johnson rises to the challenge of this new variant and shows dutiful leadership.
Daily Briefing: Experts are urging not to panic about Omicron, a new coronavirus variant.
From Swap Shop teaching children the power of capitalism to The Chuckle Brothers normalising Marxism to Postman Pat’s attempt to hinder the denationalisation of the Post Office, Children’s TV has also been highly political.
After more than two decades, Marr is ditching the BBC to do some less impartial political reporting at Global.
Yet another merry go around at the Mail as Lord Rothermere prepares to take the group private again.