"Europe is in a state of perpetual war and the enemy is hiding in our midst."
Anti-immigration rhetoric and the demonisation of minorities by mainstream politicians is nourishing fascists.
In one of Sierra Leone's worst tragedies, hundreds more are currently homeless, with nowhere to go.
How can we 'bash the fash' when everyone gets painted as the bad guy?
Cybersecurity expert sheds light on the new currency paradigm.
Journalists are being held as 'terrorists'.
General disgruntlement at the failure of improvement in UK living standards has had severe political implications.
Singer has come under huge scrutiny for her weight gain in recent months.
Nigel Ransom is from 528 Advisory, which works with CXOs to set foundations for a successful acquisition.
Electric carmaker's mammoth issuance to a fund a new model's production must be treated with caution.
The trouble begins when heads of innovation start to believe their own hype without a defined plan.
Recent revelations suggest Scotland is effectively flaunting the system to attract dubious business from Eastern Europe, Martin Kenney writes.
These could be the last days of liberal democracy. Be very afraid.
A decade on from the global financial crisis, the country's productivity trends are still alarming.
Luis Cuende is co-founder and project lead of Aragon, co-founder of Stampery and creator of world's first Linux distro with facelogin.