Opinion - Archive

April 2019 articles

The medieval cathedral of Notre Dame is the most visited monument in Europe, welcoming 14m visitors each year. The Gothic building [...]

18 April

UNTIL this week, the anti-climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion had hardly been a household name. [...]

18 April

Spare a thought for poor Richard Burgon, the Labour front-bencher under attack after having his own words heartlessly quoted [...]

18 April

Is it right for Shamima Begum to receive legal aid for her citizenship appeal? [...]

18 April

The brakes are temporarily on the Brexit saga for Easter, giving the government an opportunity to address some of the major public [...]

18 April

Climate change is not a fringe issue, nor is it suffering as a topic from a lack of attention. [...]

17 April

The problem for England in one-day cricket used to be who to pick – now it’s who to leave out and I think that just shows [...]

17 April

Lawyer JJ Shaw explains the regulatory workings behind Rugby Australia's decision to terminate Israel Folau's contract over [...]

17 April

Travelling can be one of the most enjoyable experiences. It can also be one of the most stress-inducing. Londoners know this [...]

17 April

IT WAS good to see local jockey Vincent Ho finally lose his claim, when riding his 250th winner, aboard Lucky Hero, at Sha Tin [...]

17 April

LEGENDARY trainer Tony Cruz will be licking his lips in anticipation when he arrives at Happy Valley this afternoon. [...]

17 April

Soscialism was declared dead after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the eastern bloc states in the early 1990s. [...]

17 April

Donald Trump is probably the most extraordinary individual to ever be President of the United States. But his presidency is actually [...]

17 April

Does Alibaba boss Jack Ma deserve the criticism for backing the ‘996’ working week? [...]

17 April

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is up to its usual tricks. Last week, it predicted a two-year recession in the UK in the [...]

17 April