Isis was quick to understand a truth the West must now confront: that the national borders imposed by colonial powers 100 years go are becoming meaningless, says Robert Fisk
'The Home Office should be hearing what human rights defenders from across the world have to say instead of making it difficult for them to come into the country'
'What about playing the anthems of all the other nations who have suffered from terrorist attacks?'
A 'major change of weather' will take place this weekend
'This conflict with the UK Muslim population suggests that there is all to play for and we can win the battle of hears and minds'
'Sadly, not in Catstantinople'
When Steve Richards' Vespa was stolen, a friend suggested he consider an electric bike instead: no MOT, tax, petrol, or parking problems
Consumers are tending to buy their first home later in life and need longer, more affordable repayment options
'Spike your best friend's eggnog when they're not looking'
With the dark isles preparing to host its first crime-writing festival, Lucy Gillmore sets off to explore the wild coastline, its painted houses and Nordic connections
Three out of four Britons gave money or volunteered their time in 2015
The Queen, David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn all in attendance for the annual service in London
Every year millions of pounds' worth of assets end up not being passed on because people don't make a will
Having read through the Government's green paper, there's now one fundamental question: who actually benefits from education?
217 passengers and seven members of crew were killed in the crash in the Sinai Peninsula
Thousands of riot police and mounted officers were deployed to contain crowds after the largely peaceful protest dispersed across London