Because of the controversial way in which Ursula von der Leyen was appointed to be the next president of the European Commission, there’s a chance that the European Parliament could refuse to confirm her.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Doctors have traditionally approached diseases with a one-size-fits-all model. But advances in genetics and artificial intelligence are making medical treatment far more personal and effective. Matthew Partridge explains how to profit from this medical revolution.
George Hudson, known as the “Railway King”, stung his victims with a double-edged fraud – embezzlement and false accounting.
Theatre review: Rutherford and Son
Rutherford and Son offers a snapshot of economic and social life in Edwardian England.
Matthew Partridge looks at the latest odds on the tory leadership race, on the next chancellor, and on Corbyn and Johnson losing their seats at the next election.
In yet another turnaround plan, Deutsche Bank is planning a “global cull” of 20,000 staff, more than a fifth of those currently employed.
Jony Ive, the designer of the iMac and iPhone is leaving Apple. The news comes at a difficult time. Matthew Partridge reports.
The storming of Hong Kong’s legislative assembly and spray-painting over symbols of Chinese authority was “a collective roar of rage” against the government.
International inspectors have confirmed that Iran has exceeded a critical limit on how much nuclear fuel it may possess. Why did it happen and how should we respond?
Louis Jay Pearlman conned £300m out of his victims, among them boy bands the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync.