In its latest move towards greater acceptance, the Church of England is supporting trans members, by issuing guidelines on ceremonies to mark their transition.
A small English football club has been recognized by the UN for being the first carbon-neutral team in the world. Here’s how it did it...
The UK capital is suffering from an epidemic of violent crime. Could treating the problem as a disease help to reduce the number of homicides?
From Shenzhen to Macau, some cities are more popular than ever with day trippers and tourists.
Measuring a nations success on its GDP can lead to materialism and a decline in public services like education and healthcare.
The exchange rate is one of the most important prices in an economy – and also one of the most variable.
The “right” age to have a child according to your biological clock is under 35 for women and under 40 for men.
A lack of diversity in the top podcast presenters leads to a lack of diversity in the stories and voices we hear.
From terrorists to hacktivists, all the way up to state-orchestrated cyber-warfare, staying alert in the new threat landscape calls for new skills and capabilities.
Economists predict what might have happened to trade if the UK had voted to remain, based on a study of bilateral trade between the UK and 28 other EU and non-EU countries.
Fierce interbank competition in good economic times can lead to deterioration in lending standards
Like much of the world, Scotland has a problem with gender equality when it comes to science, technology, engineering and maths. From a very young age, outdated assumptions about who is s...
The Bank of England is seeking a scientist to feature on the new £50 note, yet talking about paper currency might seem outmoded as digital payments increase.
Out of the G7 nations, Britons are the most comfortable with a female leader, according to a new survey, while Germany lags behind.
Researchers asked 2,000 Welsh children what would make them healthier and happier.