Shouldn’t we just stick to the older traditional first of May festivities, such as erecting the Maypole?
Stories of general interest to the whole of the UK
Nigel Beevor reviews the Brexit diary which Michel Barnier kept as leader of the EU’s team negotiating the UK’s departure from the EU.
James Paxton crafted these pictures to capture the emotional experience of the pandemic.
To celebrate Europe Day there will be a concert, organized by Thank EU for the Music at St John’s Smith Square, in London
Cannabis law change allows it to be prescribed as a last resort for treatment of various ailments
The need for electoral co-operation has never been clearer. First Past The Post gives power to minorities and so betrays the majority.
Can we encourage those in authority to take light rail in our conurbations seriously? That would seriously combat our lethal air quality.
Living in destitution: the National Institute of Economic and Social Research has released a report predicting a 31% increase in destitution.
In discussing “How Britain Ends”, Esler reminded the audience that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland use a proportional voting system rather than FPTP. He said that the only European nations using FPTP were the UK and (strangely) Belarus.
P&O ferry “Pride of Kent” has been detained after the new crew failed safety tests. It was also discovered that the equipment didn’t work.