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The UK, according to the latest polling, is now chiefly a Remain country. At the opposite end of Brexit spectrum, this week a handful of prominent Leavers performed a swift volte-face and decided to throw their full support behind Prime Minister Theresa May’s contentious Brexit deal.
John Mitchinson explores the transformational contribution, too easily overlooked, by the labourers who built the country's canals and railways.
Want to forget the world isn’t a giant flaming dumpster fire for a few days? Then fall into this storybook European city
John Mitchinson turns his curious eye towards the Brave New World of Epigenetics – what is ‘On’ rather than ‘In’ our Genes.
Tina Gharavi on the explosion of white male rage and the unconscious bias that 'there is a 'default person at the centre of power'
After a Whitehall review exposed continued problems, Ms Suffragette highlights female entrepreneurs who have overcome barriers preventing women from entering the business world - and thrived.
The Count of the Saxon Shore recalls some of the post-Roman pirates and renegades who promised to 'Make Britain Great Again'
Headlining St Patrick's Day Festival Will be Tinged with Brexit Sadness for Irish Songwriter Don Mescall
Prolific songwriter Don Mescall will be headlining the St Patrick’s Day Festival at London's Trafalgar Square.
Undeniably, the opioid/heroin epidemic sweeping the United States is the greatest drug endemic to ever hit the country. Indeed, more people died of overdoses in 2017 than all US military personnel killed during both the Vietnam and Iraq conflicts and more than those killed by guns, car, AIDS in any single year in the US.
As he patrols his British forts guarding against Anglo-Saxon invaders, the Count of the Saxon Coast recounts another true story from the first great Brexit, sixteen hundred years ago.
John Mitchinson on the not-so-recent history of rigging the vote, bribing voters with booze and voter suppression, using whiskey
Journalist and DJ Chris Sullivan on the tired "magic formula" for gaming the Academy Awards system
The Count of the Saxon Shore provides another insight into the 'Great Brexit from Rome'