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The Business of Travel: why is Norwegian adding to an already saturated market?
On a new environmentally focused cruise, Tom Bawden spots polar bears and explores a beautiful landscape under threat
'This is about change driven not by fear but by courage and hope. We are popular, not populist'
As Reykjavik's young creatives are decamping to remote East Iceland, direct flights from the UK are opening it up to British visitors
'Government policy seems to be to send these people away as if they were on a conveyor belt,' says Vicar Kristin Thorunn Tomasdottir
But an expert has said: 'You can't join the EEA unless you have full freedom of movement. Can the Leave campaigners not read?'
'Hekla is a dangerous volcano... This is a risky moment which we need to take seriously,' professor says
'Carbon capture can contribute significantly to reducing carbon dioxide emissions'
We are now further away from world peace than at any time in the past 10 years - and it’s creating a global ‘peace inequality’ gap
'We don't care. Democracy doesn’t revolve around getting loads of money from the government. We funded our campaign at a flea market before the last elections and that was fine.'
Denmark has been ranked as the happiest country in the world three times since 2012
The Progressive Party and the Independence Party agreed during talks on Wednesday to hand the prime minister post to 53-year-old Mr Johannssonn
'The Prime Minister has not resigned and will continue to serve as Chairman of the Progressive Party'
Avoidance or evasion? Who cares, they're both wrong
While Knightsbrige pied-a-terres hide their wealth, those who hold the keys to the Treasury dream of retreiving money from the disabled