Augusta Riddy is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman.
While Brits watch their libraries disappear, Helsinki’s radical new library combines reading, skills and recreation.
The chief executive of Siemens UK has big plans for the North.
Mark Carney says they’re “not going anywhere”, but academics and traders say they’re changing fast.
Despite widespread concerns over leasehold system, UK Finance says commonhold alternative is an “academic exercise”.
The National Audit Office claims the government is failing to support auditors’ recommendations despite “significant weaknesses” across health service accounts.
The revised proposal could accrue just half the revenue of the original tax, but there is still no guarantee it will be passed by member states.
Labour MPs lead nationwide protests against latest hike in rail fares.
Two years on from the Sandilands tragedy, government, industry and Transport for London have been criticised for a lack of action over tram safety.
London mayor announces £11m initiative to create thousands of jobs and affordable workspaces for creative professionals based in the capital.
The health secretary has issued updates on contingency planning, warning of six months of “significantly reduced access”.