Inchmarlo

Britain

Can the UK’s politicians offer lasting, inclusive solutions to the constitutional fall-out from last year’s referendum on Scottish independence? The historical precedents are not encouraging, warns Naomi Lloyd-Jones.

Mail reform came to Britain on January 10th, 1840.

Cyril Hamshere describes how the British community in Argentina came to be, at one point, the largest outside the Empire.

Among Victorian writers King George IV acquired an unenviable reputation; John Raymond re-interprets his personality.

Among Victorian writers King George IV acquired an unenviable reputation; John Raymond re-interprets his personality.

Henry I. Kurtz describes how many of the outstanding problems between Britain and the United States were settled by the Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842.

E.E.Y. Hales outlines the theories of and challenges to the British socialist historian and philosopher.

E.E.Y. Hales outlines the theories of and challenges to the British socialist historian and philosopher.

Wars have left their impact in Sheffield, and the Crimean War perhaps more than any. W.H.G. Armytage marks the metamorphosis of a large-scale industrial city

Robert Rhodes James profiles the man rivalled only by Gladstone as the most able politician and Parliamentarian of his time.

Recent stories