The French president has a vision to lead the deadlocked EU out of crisis and towards greater integration. But can he carry the rest of the bloc with him, especially the troubled Germans?
Yet none of the crises that fractured the EU in 2016 have been resolved – can its resilience remain?
What does the new breed of “super-selective” free schools mean for social mobility in deprived boroughs like Newham?
The modern anti-Semite is more subtle than his great-grandparents.
Longer but not healthier lives, rising hospital admissions, expensive new treatments and underfunding – is it over for the National Health Service as we have known it?
100 years ago, the first women got the right to vote - and stand for parliament. So what are the new challenges facing female politicians?
I have had to warn my ten-year-old daughter not to join in the anti-Trump conversations on her school bus; to keep her head down and avoid any political discussions. I worry for her safety.
The US president, for all his anti-establishment posturing, has turned out to be a servant of an oligarchy he professed to despise.
As the popularity of Dunkirk and Darkest Hour show, we remain entranced by the story of Britain’s heroic resistance to Nazism and its wartime leader. What are the lessons to be learnt? And why must we keep looking back?
The Irish Question has returned and endangered the peace process.
Once dubbed “the worst politician in Denmark”, Vestager is on a mission to hold Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon to account.