The Knepp Wildland Project is home to grazing animals that are helping to boost biodiversity while also providing sustainable, high-quality meat.
There were 1,925 rape convictions between 2018-19, a 27% drop from the previous year, resulting in the concern that the justice system is failing rape victims.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 have been announced. Here are the top 5.
As Britain's EU exit date of 31st October draws closer, what would a no-deal Brexit mean for South Africa?
Slavery survivors in the UK are seeking support. But the current system makes it easier for women to receive help than men.
From the structure of a soap bubble to a gas cloud in space, a new photography exhibition puts science in the frame.
In the last year, the UK has dramatically reduced its plastic bag consumption. In 2015, a 5p charge was introduced for every bag used.
Inequality damages our health, society and economic performance, with the share of income going to the richest 0.01% of adults in the UK almost at a record high.
In the face of the affordable house shortage in the UK, one architect company is constructing homes out of shipping containers.
With many countries having their own unique claim to democracy - which one was really first?
We must move away from the language of cost, hardship and sacrifice, and towards innovation, growth and investment opportunities, writes Josh Burke.
When psychologists studied CCTV footage of urban violence, they found that 9 out of 10 bystanders intervened to break up a fight.
Cork home is a new take on green, low-carbon housing, backers say.
London is coming up with its own take on the Yellowstone National Park, but what does it include?
Iran's seizure of a British-flagged ship in the gateway to the Persian Gulf highlights its critical importance to the worldwide flow of oil.