In 2004, Bruce Bratley bought a van, got a licence and started a waste-management company to fix the broken sector.
Articles written by Alex Rankine
Just five days into the new year, a street in Lambeth exceeded its annual legal limit for toxic air. Why is London’s pollution so bad? Alex Rankine reports.
Glaxo’s chief executive has stepped down after nine years at the top. Has he left the pharma giant in good health? Alex Rankine reports.
The US leads the world in many ways, but its costly and confusing healthcare system has proved to be a lesson in what shouldn’t be done, says Alex Rankine.
Internet giant Yahoo has uncovered the biggest data breach yet. Why are hacking attacks on the rise? Alex Rankine reports.
World trade is stagnating and protectionist populism seems to be on the rise. Is this the end for globalisation? Alex Rankine reports.
In the fourth of a series of briefings, Alexander Rankine looks at the potential effect of the EU referendum on Britain’s immigration policy.
If Britain were to leave the EU, it could lead to the bloc’s collapse. Yet the EU’s leaders are dangerously complacent, says Alexander Rankine.
On this day in September 476, the barbarian Odoacer deposed Rome’s last emperor, the teenage Romulus Augustulus.
On this day in 1945 – 70 years ago – Japanese officials formally surrendered, ending the Second World War, and creating the conditions for Japan’s economic miracle.