UK Election, Brexit and UK's opinion makers
Europe may avoid a nervous breakdown as a neophyte globalist is likely to win the Elysee Palace in the final round. But how long can France resist the populist?
One woman’s defiance of Turkey’s secularist dress code
This year, certificate and diploma courses in Hindi has seen a 25 per cent increase in takers, many of whom were foreigners and PIOs
In a very close call, Scotland made a decisive choice, which is almost bittersweet
Gender segregation on British campuses highlights how efforts to placate vocal minority groups put individual freedoms at threat
Two friends from immigrant families in the UK explore their cultural heritage through expeditions to bring their grandfathers’ cars to their adoptive country
The UK’s churlish reaction to India’s order of Rafale jets shows how prime ministers and presidents are increasingly behaving like salesmen rather than statesmen