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Britain
Renewable energy: Shooting the Moon
Chocks away
Thu, 05 June 2014 14:59:55 GMT

Britain
Mergers and acquisitions: What happened to animal spirits?
 MUCH has withered since the financial crisis of 2007, but little more so than the animal spirits of British companies. On June 3rd the Office for National Statistics, which tracks mergers and acquisitions worth at least £1m ($1.7m), revealed
Thu, 05 June 2014 14:59:54 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Beached in Brussels
STANDING shoulder-to-shoulder wit
Thu, 05 June 2014 14:59:54 GMT

Britain
Pensions: A workers’ collective
NEVER mind academies and free sch
Thu, 05 June 2014 14:59:54 GMT

Britain
Reproductive technology: Mum, Dad and Mitomum
ASSISTED reproduction is one of those rare areas in which Britain really does do world-leading research. Louise Brown, the world’s first “test-tube” baby, was born in an Oldham hospital in 1978. In-vitro fertilisation, the technique that resulted
Thu, 05 June 2014 14:59:54 GMT

Britain
UKIP and the economy: Enjoy it while it lasts
THE rule of thum
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Politics: The people’s army
WEST SHOEBURY does not feel like
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Chinese tourists: Quality, not quantity
BRITONS have not rushed to Gretna
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
London’s lockups: Garage music
MERIJN ROYAARDS, a musician and architecture student, does not own a car. But for two years he has rented a small garage in east London. Tucked behind a row of shops, it has no electricity, is freezing in winter and stuffy in summer. Yet without a
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Ed’s toast
SOME supporters of Ed Miliband th
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Tractor manufacturing: Dominating the field
Big wheels kee
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Scottish independence: The oracle of Holyrood
FOR any Scot concerned about thei
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Racism in Britain: Pride and prejudice
IS BRITAIN becoming a less tolerant country? Data collected by NatCen, a research institute which runs the annual British Social Attitudes survey, seem to show that racism has increased of late. The Guardian, a newspaper wh
Thu, 29 May 2014 15:00:03 GMT

Britain
Marks & Spencer: Magic or menopausal?
TWO paintings hang unobtrusively
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:12 GMT

Britain
Inequality: The squeezed middle
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  India’s strongman Fly Title:&nb
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 +0000

Britain
Bagehot: The emotion card
THE view from Rory Stewart’s cons
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
Prisons: The lesser escape
THE escape of a flock of jailbirds, including memb
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
Antiques: Money for old rope
FOR the past four decades Britons have been hooked by “Antiques Roadshow”, a television programme in which dusty old chairs discovered in a corner of somebody’s attic are occasionally revealed to be worth thousands of pounds. Over 5m people watch
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
Politics: All politics is local
ON MAY 22nd, as The Economist went to press, Britons were voting in the European Parliament elections. The results are expected to cause a stir—not least as the right-wing UK Independence Party (UKIP) looks as if it may bea
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
Pricing energy: Remote controls
The midnight oil
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
The Labour Party’s funk: Running out of road
IF POLITICAL platforms were the s
Thu, 22 May 2014 14:39:11 GMT

Britain
Correction
Correction: In our article on football last week (“Everything to play for”) we said that Manchest
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:16 GMT

Britain
Immigration: No flood, after all
AT THE very end of 2013, as other newspapers warned of a terrible deluge, The Economist invited Bulgarians and Romanians to come and work in Britain. So we are sad to report that, since working restrictions imposed when the
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:16 GMT

Britain
The Channel crossing: Set adrift
WHEN the Channel
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:13 GMT

Britain
Social ills: Trouble spreads out
THE strawberries are organic, and
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:13 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Taking down Nigel Farage
CAMPAIGNING for the United Kingdo
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Scottish independence: Divided together
The prime mini
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Takeaway restaurants: Polystyrene dreams
THE high-street
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Pfizer and AstraZeneca: A matter of trust
IAN READ, the chief executive of Pfizer, an American-based drugs giant, says his company wants to go where it is welcome. Odd, then, that Pfizer persists in trying to make Britain its second home. Its attempt to acquire AstraZeneca, Britain’s seco
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Gun control: Armed robbery
ORYX and buffalo heads stare
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Sterling: The comeback currency
“A BRITAIN carri
Thu, 15 May 2014 14:59:12 GMT

Britain
Shale gas: Raise the pressure
UK Only Article:  UK article only Issue:  The lure of shadow banking Fly T
Thu, 08 May 2014 14:57:57 +0000

Britain
Bagehot: Haunted by killers
EVERY so often, over the past three decades, June McMull
Thu, 08 May 2014 14:57:57 GMT

Britain
Pfizer and AstraZeneca: Deal or no deal
SCIENTISTS in Sandwich, in southe
Thu, 08 May 2014 14:57:57 GMT

Britain
Cyber-security: Fresh meat
UK Only Article:  UK article only Issue:  What would America fight for? Fl
Thu, 01 May 2014 15:00:12 +0000

Britain
Welfare reform: Bedrooms and brickbats
ON A sunny spring morning, a small group of protesters wait at the Department of Work and Pensions with a giant card for Iain Duncan Smith. It is his birthday. But the card also marks a year since the introduction of the “bedroom tax”, as oppositi
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
The housing market: Cool it
BRITAIN’S housing market is like fo
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
The housing market: Cool it
BRITAIN’S housing market is like fo
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: The perils of pessimism
AFTER the speeches were done, at
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: The perils of pessimism
AFTER the speeches were done, at
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Internship
The Britain section is looking for an intern to work for several months this summer. Applicants should send a cv and an article of 600-700 words suitable for publication in the section. A stipend will be paid. Applications must reach us by May 3rd
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Internship
The Britain section is looking for an intern to work for several months this summer. Applicants should send a cv and an article of 600-700 words suitable for publication in the section. A stipend will be paid. Applications must reach us by May 3rd
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Libel: A book too far
KAREN DAWISHA, an American professor, has just completed a lengthy book on the origins of high-level corruption in Russia, focusing on the links between the ex-KGB, business and gangsterdom in St Petersburg in the early 1990s. Western intelligence
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Libel: A book too far
KAREN DAWISHA, an American professor, has just completed a lengthy book on the origins of high-level corruption in Russia, focusing on the links between the ex-KGB, business and gangsterdom in St Petersburg in the early 1990s. Western intelligence
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Maria Miller: Culture, media and sport
Sod this, I’m
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Maria Miller: Culture, media and sport
Sod this, I’m
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Urban beekeeping: Honey monsters
A new kind of pins
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Urban beekeeping: Honey monsters
A new kind of pins
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Carwyn Jones: A mountain to climb
Uplifting Mr J
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Department stores: Chinese takeaway
CLARKS shoes have more cachet with Chinese shoppers than with British ones. DAKS, an upmarket British clothing brand, has two stores in Britain but sells through 43 in Asia. Marks & Spencer is labouring to coax matronly Britons back into its shops
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT



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