409AD saw the end of Roman governance in Britain and a major change in our relationship with Rome.
Scotland aims to have a social enterprise - or business that seeks to do good while also making a profit - in every school nationwide by 2026 as part of its 10-year plan to promote the se...
This year’s World Mental Health Day focuses on young people, with the aim of helping them to build mental resilience.
Bill de Blasio and Sadiq Khan are withdrawing New York and London’s investments in fossil fuel companies and have launched an initiative to encourage other cities do the same.
More people need more food, more energy and more infrastructure. The British broadcaster and naturalist is turning his attention to a growing global problem.
Diane Hoskins discusses how cities can work to provide sustainable, yet innovative design to our cities.
Three million trees will make Manchester healthier and happier, as well as helping to tackle climate change.
The British Government has announced plans to allow heterosexual couples to enter into civil partnerships.
A look at the 10 universities leading the World University Rankings 2019 - and a few interesting new additions.
The Walney Extension Project will provide almost 600,000 homes with electricity.
Penicillin was discovered in September 1928. Nine decades later anti-microbial resistance is now a major concern.
The ties between France, Germany and the United Kingdom are some of the most important in European politics.
Broadband for the Rural North provides broadband to rural villages in England.
Before the intitiative, almost one in two girls had resorted to using alternatives such as toilet roll, socks or newspapers in Scotland.
Studies show period poverty is a particularly acute problem in Scotland, with some women reduced to using newspapers and socks.