Remembering Michael Elliott: Former Newsweek Editor
The media world has lost one of its most positive forces.
History Will Judge David Cameron Harshly For Brexit
"Cameron has known nothing but success his whole life and this is the mother of all failures"
Philip Hammond Says Leave Voters Will Be Disappointed
Trade-offs will be necessary to retain the U.K.'s membership of the single market, says Philip Hammond.
Brexit: Is Nigel Farage The Fisherman's Friend?
The last remaining fisherman in Scotland's "Local Hero" village explains why he is backing a Brexit.
Larry Sanders: My Brother Bernie Would Beat Trump
The Democratic presidential candidate's brother is polling better against the Republican Party candidate.
Brexit: Ken Clarke Compares Boris Johnson to Trump
The former cabinet minister has accused is fellow Conservative of exploiting fears on immigration.
Michael Howard: The EU Is Doomed
The former Conservative Party leader thinks voters across Europe feel ignored by political elites.
British Man Was Due to Travel on Doomed EgyptAir Flight
Ian Phillips is philosophical about his near miss and offers his sympathies to those who lost loved ones.
The Pool: How Its Founders Worked Out What Women Want
A year ago this entrepreneurial pair set up a new online magazine dedicated to helping busy women declutter their lives.
What Is Behind The Rise of Scottish Toryism?
The once toxic party is enjoying a resurgence.
Prince: Pop Icon Was Working on Autobiography
The global superstar had reportedly already submitted 50 pages of his memoir.
How the Panama Papers Investigation Unfolded
Gerard Ryle was at the center of a global network of investigative reporters assembled to reveal the financial secrets of the world's most powerful people.
Alex Salmond: Trump Presidency Would be 'Disaster'
The feud between the Republican frontrunner and Scotland's First Minister is heating up.
'Fifth Beatle' George Martin Has Died at 90
The legendary record producer, who was a driving force behind the Beatles' success, has died.
Meet the Man Leading the Drive for a Brexit
Margaret Thatcher's longest-serving treasury minister is attracting big name allies to his cause.
Brexit: How Should Britain Vote?
A panel of experts give their views.
Varoufakis: Without More Democracy Europe is Doomed
The former Greek Finance Minister has a new radical project—restoring people power to the EU.
Varoufakis Warns Of EU 'Feudalism' Ahead Of Launch
A new movement formed by the former Greek Finance Minister seeks to bring power back to Europe's people.
Alan Rickman's Farewell Letter to Harry Potter
The British actor paid tribute to the author J.K. Rowling and his young co-stars in an open letter.
Iman's Cryptic Posts Hinted At News of Bowie's Illness
The wife of the rock legend gave signs something was amiss with a series of reflective posts on social media
Watch: Beyoncé Crash Channing Tatum's Lip Sync Battle
Queen Bey flew in to save the day on the popular dance-off show, which launches in the U.K. on Friday.