Britain’s reluctance to pursue multinationals risks turning us into another Italy
We should seek neither to dismiss nor to deify the Victorians; rather we should try to understand them, and our view of them
Lifesize reconstruction made from detailed scans of skull found in Leicester car park will be Yorkshire Museum’s centrepiece
Builders pack up and clear out after completing work on biggest public cultural project in Britain, with opening set for September
„Funeral to bring London to a standstill.“ So titelte diese Woche die britische Zeitung The Guardian den Zustand Londons zum Begräbnis Margaret Thatchers. …
A Cambridgeshire man recently gave notice with a message piped on top of a passion cake. A half-baked idea, or a generous parting gift for the office?
How distressing if this solemn event turns into a farcical reminder of the hubris and divisiveness of the Thatcher era
On her watch the architecture of our cities, and the lives lived within them, became more irrelevant than ever
Former prime minister will get a ceremonial funeral – one step below a state funeral – at St Paul’s Cathedral, says No 10
Mayor of London accepts challenge from Kate’s sister for table tennis match to prove who has the most competitive family
New Lanark, home of Robert Owen’s attempt to give dignity to factory labour, is a world heritage site. Now it’s at the heart of a new dispute
House sparrow and starling numbers dropping at alarming rate, but prolonged winter brings new species to backyards
Non-Brits might not relish its hefty dose of stodge and sugar, but jam roly-poly is part of a pudding tradition going back to the middle ages – and today it’s as popular as ever
Is a new documentary just another part of the clever construct that is the mayor of London?
The full English breakfast is the most overrated of British dishes – even the name is shuddersome. How did we become shackled to this fried fiasco?
The English country house has got its mojo back – thanks to teamwork, Swiss timber and more than a touch of romance