Malcolm Gladwell is a Canadian journalist, author, and public speaker. His new book, ‘Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know’ explores what happens when we encounter people we don’t know and why it often goes awry.
The PM faces a showdown in Parliament as rebel and opposition MPs aim to take control of the agenda to stop a no-deal Brexit.
It would mean oil and gas companies won’t be required to install technology to inspect and fix methane leaks from pipelines, wells and storage facilities.
The number of unhappy young people is at its highest for a decade, according to a report published today.
The climate activist Greta Thunberg has arrived in New York City after sailing across the Atlantic in a zero-carbon yacht. The Swedish student, who inspired climate change protests all over the world, is there for the United Nations Climate Summit.
Richard Dawkins is one of the world’s most famous atheists. An evolutionary biology at Oxford and best-selling author of The God Delusion – his new book ‘Outgrowing God – A Beginner’s Guide’ aims to inform young people about religion and atheism.
The Government has announced it will ask the Queen to suspend Parliament, likely on 10 September and hold a Queen’s speech afterwards. This means that MPs who are opponents of a no-deal Brexit will have less time to pass laws that could stop it.
This morning, in a Manhattan court room, dozens of women were given the chance to have their say about the abuse they claim they suffered at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein.
The prime minister faced questions about whether MPs could still try to stop Britain leaving the EU by the end of October.
Prince Andrew has denied he had any knowledge of criminal behaviour by the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein – saying again that it had been a ‘mistake’ to visit Epstein in 2010 after he was released from a prison term on prostitution charges.
China’s move to slap tariffs on $75 billion worth of US goods today has provoked President Trump into another series of outbursts. Dani Isdale is in Washington, D.C.
The Danish Prime Minister says she is “annoyed” that Donald Trump has cancelled his state visit to Denmark, after he was told that Greenland is not for sale.
Malorie Blackman OBE is a British writer, best-known for her critically acclaimed, ‘Noughts and Crosses’ series, which explores the issues of racism and violence in a fictional dystopia.
It might seem like the perfect birthday present – a DNA test you can do at home to find out a bit more about where you come from.
President Trump has insisted the US economy is doing “tremendously well”, despite market fears that a recession could be on the way, partly because of a trade war with China started by the President himself.