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Britain
Renewable energy: Perfect storms
AS A sharp winter win
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
Cybercrime: Thieves in the night
CRIME has been falling in Britain sinc
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: It’s behind you!
AS BAGEHOT and his six-year-old son to
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
Bespoke libraries: For the person who has everything…
“THE Art of Contentment” was a devotional work sold in Britain in the 1840s as part of a series known as The Englishman’s Library. Christian industrialists, the backbone of the newly wealthy Victorians, would ask their booksellers to provide the
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
Canals: Crowded waters
The daily commute
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
Cracking down in the City: Off the rails
MANY Britons complain that not enough people have been held to account for causing the financial crisis. But the complaints tend to be about what financiers did at the office, not their manner of getting there. In 2013 it was revealed that Jonathan Bur
Wed, 17 December 2014 14:11:26 GMT

Britain
House of Lords: A tizz about fizz
Bolly or Moët?
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Nats, wha hae
“WE’RE supposed to have lost the
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Politics: No more parachuting in
ON CHILLY winter evenings S
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Britain in the Middle East: We’re back
IN 1968 a cash-strapped Labour go
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Christianity in Northern Ireland: The devil you know
SOMETHING has changed in Northern Ireland when the historically Protestant Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)—founded by the late Ian Paisley—goes in to bat for the province’s Catholic bishops. Could it be that sectarian rivals, taking their cue fro
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Funding for postgraduates: A little help
Hats off to th
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Stamp duty: Unexpected bills
“TODAY I’m cutting stamp duty for millions of homebuyers,” crowed George Osborne, the chancellor of the exchequer, on December 3rd when announcing reforms to stamp duty, a tax on buying property. Yet hidden in the forecasts of the Office for Budg
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Keeping mum at work: Working single mothers
The gove
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Boutique food shops: Deli-licious
Chi-chi cheese
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Care homes: Frail and faltering
BRITONS are living longer, but they are now less likely to end up in nursing homes. Despite a rapidly ageing population—there was a 10% increase in over-65s between 2001 and 2011—the number of care-home residents rose just 0.3% over that decade, a
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: A fairly useful prime minister
IN WINTRY light, sodden Oxfordshi
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
Immigration and Europe: Time for tact
Jean-Claude! I alw
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
Fuel duty: Easy riders
Pump priming
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
City devolution: Viva la Wolvolution
WOLVERHAMPTON, a
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
Reshoring: Hardly reassuring
RATHER than pour a sickly-coloured goo, also called detergent, into a washing machine, thousands of people now pop in a “laundry egg” filled with cleaning pellets. The eggs are made without the usual chemicals and are thus gentler on clothes and c
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
Leaving London: Heading north
Mr Selfridge comes
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
The autumn statement: ‘Tis not the season
FIVE months before an election, t
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
Maggie’s moggy and Tony’s tabby: Of mousers and men
What do prime ministerial pets teac
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
New homes: Building blocks
AS GEORGE OSBORNE prepared to
Thu, 04 December 2014 13:34:37 GMT

Britain
The Economist / Ipsos-MORI Issues Index: Missing the benefits
UK Only Article:  standard article Fly Title:  The Economist / Ipsos-MORI Issues Index
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 16:48:16 +0000

Britain
Britain and immigration: The more the miserabler
UK Only Article:  standard article Fly Title:  Britain and immigration Ru
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 13:46:51 +0000

Britain
HIV/AIDS: A spectre returns
A TELEVISION campaign in the 1980s showed a volcano exploding and dark clouds looming over a blackened tombstone chiselled with the word AIDS. “Don’t die of ignorance”, intoned a grim voice. Panic about the HIV/AIDS epidemic was widespread. Now b
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:19 GMT

Britain
Infrastructure: Digging a hole
In need of inf
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:19 GMT

Britain
Scottish devolution: Tax heaven
IN A panicked bid to persuade Scots to reject independence in September’s referendum, Britain’s three main party leaders promised to transfer extensive new powers to Edinburgh. On November 27th agreement was reached on precisely which powers would
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:19 GMT

Britain
Genetically modified food: Frankenfine
UK Only Article:  UK article only Issue:  Should digital monopolies be broken up?
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 13:05:18 +0000

Britain
Britons in Europe: The balance of ailments
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Should digital monopolies be broken up?
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 13:05:18 +0000

Britain
Bagehot: UKIP turns serious
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Should digital monopolies be broken up?
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 13:05:18 +0000

Britain
The public finances: Job not done
WHEN George Osborne, the chancell
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:18 GMT

Britain
Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller, our writer-at-large, won Travel Story of the Year at the Foreign Press Association media awards for "Mid
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:18 GMT

Britain
Energy suppliers: Big switch
NOT so long ago, Britain’s “big six” energy suppliers—SSE, EDF, Npower, E.ON, Scottish Power and British Gas, now owned by Centrica—seemed to have the energy market stitched up. Now, however, all that is changing, and rapidly.The big six—Br
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:18 GMT

Britain
Black Friday: The long weekend
Bargain-hunter
Thu, 27 November 2014 13:05:18 GMT

Britain
The Anglican church: Praying for time
Say hello, wave go
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
National Health Service: The English reformation
A SENIOR Conservative politician
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Water and competition: Ebb and flow
WATER may be crucial for life, but it can cause headaches for economists. It is scarce in some areas and abundant in others but, with no national grid, it is costly to transport from one place to another. Prices do not fully reflect those costs; c
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Multiple births: Oh, baby
IT HAS long been
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: How not to treat Brand Britain
THE campus of the Department of M
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Satellite industry: Stars in their eyes
IN A clean room at the Airbus
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Hollowed-out cities: Empty centre
Closing down, boar
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
The SNP’s new leader: Queen of Scots
ALEX SALMOND, Scotland’s most famous secessionist, is prone to displays of grandeur. During the campaign for independence over the summer the first minister took to comparing himself to Robert the Bruce, the Scots’ leader in their 14th-century war
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Oldies behaving badly: Sex and drugs and getting old
Live fast, die
Thu, 20 November 2014 13:38:13 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: The badshah of Tower Hamlets
SO PACKED was the East London Mos
Thu, 13 November 2014 15:47:40 GMT

Britain
Technology and the BBC: Mashing it up
WHEN Radio 1, a BBC music station, launched in the late 1960s teenagers flocked to it. Its presenters, many of whom had previously worked in pirate radio, were brash and it played pop music. Despite fears that radio would be wiped out by televisio
Thu, 13 November 2014 15:47:40 GMT

Britain
Monetary policy: Declining interest
“A SPECTRE is now haunting Europe,” warned Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, borrowing from Karl Marx, as he unveiled the bank’s latest inflation report on November 12th. Weak growth and low confidence in Europe are chilling watchers
Thu, 13 November 2014 15:47:40 GMT

Britain
British jihadists: Turning them around
WREATHS of poppies were laid to c
Thu, 13 November 2014 15:47:40 GMT



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