My Ukip lover just wanted to kick against authority. I do not know how he would have coped with the reality of Brexit.
In 2013, the Pirate Party won three of Iceland’s 63 parliamentary seats. The trick? A broad, radical policy.
My week, including secret beaches in Puglia, TripAdvisor whingers and Norfolk’s smartening seaside.
Although I wasn’t presuming that the Troubles would continue till Doomsday, I didn’t see the 1998 Belfast Agreement coming.
The so-called “milkmen’s kids law” would seek protection for men who feel they have been duped into raising children they believe are not biologically theirs – at the expense of women’s rights.
The area’s earthquake history can be traced back over seven centuries.
Since the failed coup in Turkey, there are on average 200 refugees a day arriving in Greece. But the world's media has gone home.
Deserted fairgrounds, disused factories and forgotten military bases may look cool, but are we fetishising the remnants of such a cruel history?
Yet more legislation against veiled women can only further divide an already divided nation.
Two years ago this month, Islamic State slaughtered thousands of Yazidis in northern Iraq. What happened to those who made it to Europe?
With abortion illegal in the Republic of Ireland, many women must travel to Britain to obtain the procedure. One woman, and her friend, are documenting the journey.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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