Europe

UK's 'brutalist' architecture is back in vogue

In the UK relics of a controversial form of architecture known as 'brutalism' are being protected from demolition.

Cinema

African cinema dominates London Film Festival

Witchcraft in Zambia, toxic masculinity in South Africa, and folk tales from Swaziland, are just some of the African themes at this year's London Film Festival.

Arts & Culture

Cake and conversation: The beauty of discussing death

How do you get people to talk about something as uncomfortable as death? By giving them tea and cake.

Cake and conversation: The beauty of discussing death

Racism

All the ways white people are privileged in the UK

Ethnic minorities discriminated in areas including education, employment and housing, according to new report on race.

All the ways white people are privileged in the UK

People & Power

Manchester United

A look at questions on diversity and incitement to violence in the UK raised in the aftermath of the Manchester bombing.

War & Conflict

UK monitoring Saudi weapons use 'extremely attentively'

Comments by UK envoy to UN come as the world body blacklists Saudi-led military coalition for killing children in Yemen.

UK monitoring Saudi weapons use 'extremely attentively'

Arts & Culture

Capturing the essence: The art of the obituary

Obituary writers face the daunting task of capturing someone's life in 1,000 words or less. Two explain how its done.

Capturing the essence: The art of the obituary

Europe

Racial inequalities endemic in all society sectors says UK report

A report from the British government has found deep-seated inequalities in all sectors of UK society.

Racism

Non-white Britons almost twice as unlikely to get jobs

Government will have to explain or try to change inequalities revealed by report on race, PM Theresa May says.

Race review reveals gaping inequality in the UK

Racism

UK race relations: Major report on inequality to be published

A long-awaited report on inequality in the UK will be unveiled later on Tuesday by the British government.

Europe

Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit vindicated in landmark UK ruling

Al Jazeera has been vindicated in a landmark ruling issued by Britain’s Office of Communications.

United Kingdom

UK regulator dismisses complaints against Al Jazeera

Broadcasting regulator throws out allegations against investigation which revealed the Israel lobby's inner workings.

Opinion

How May was duped by Trump on trade

It turns out the sway Britain has with the United States was over-estimated by both PM Theresa May and Brexiteers.

Alastair Sloan

by Alastair Sloan

Alastair Sloan

Opinion

UK's misguided terror laws: Criminalising the innocent

Increasing jail sentences for viewing terror content does not counter terrorism; it terrorises the innocent.

Rizwaan Sabir

by Rizwaan Sabir

Rizwaan Sabir

Europe

Car crash near popular London museum injures 11

UK police say collision outside popular museum was not 'terror-related' but was being treated as road traffic accident.

Car crash near London's Natural History Museum hurts 11