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Travelling Europe by train is not just more responsible than flying, it offers a different philosophy of travel.
Sadness is mixed with relief that the country finally seems to have settled its decision.
After years of indecision and confusion, Brussels welcomes the clarity of a pro-Brexit majority.
Deadlocked by many of the same factors as Britain's, Israel's electoral system may offer a glimpse of our political future.
Culture in the age of nationalist ferment.
Latin Americans have been ignored by politicians, the media and the national census. A new British-born generation is trying to change that.
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are obsessed with prolonging life – but they could be deluded in what they wish for.
British politicians idealise Australia's immigration policy because of what it represents: a country with a majority white population.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
Beijing must wake up to the fact that democracy is not a threat but a safety valve.
The Conservatives have no desire for the UK to be a diverse country.