So the Tories are out. What now?

After 14 years of Tory rule, there's a new party in power. “Change begins today,” says Keir Starmer. But with successes for both Reform UK and the Green Party, which way will Labour bend to stay in power beyond the next five years?

Meet generation boomerang

In the 1980s, almost half of 18-to-34-year-olds lived in a property they owned. Now, around 40 per cent have moved back in with their parents – that’s if they ever moved out at all. Hello, mum and dad. Have you missed us?

Why do so many Black Brits want to leave the UK?

When Windrush brought Black immigrants to the UK in the 1950s, they came with the promise of a better life. Now, that generation's grandchildren want to leave the country in search of the very same thing.

Hard place: the battle for Stonehenge

The government is barrelling ahead with a road-building plan near the sacred site of Stonehenge. But this isn’t just a matter for “sentimental historians or tree-hugging Extinction Rebellion activists”. This is about our past, present and future.

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