Should we sue apathetic politicians for crimes against humanity?
Amid mass die-ins, no-fly movements and Greta Thunberg sailing across the Atlantic, there’s one route for tackling climate change we haven’t pursued: through the courts
What can be learnt from Freckleton at 75?
In 1944, a US B-24 plane crashed into a school on the Lancashire coast, claiming 61 lives during an intense inferno. Here, Godfrey Holmes examines how such a tragedy occurred
The forgotten women who brought down the plumage trade
Years before the feather hat-adorned suffragettes arrived, a group of Victorian women changed the face of conservation at a time when women’s voices were rarely heard. So why have they been all but wiped from history? Ashley Coates revisits the RSPB’s founding females
Can vaping actually save the world from dangers of smoking?
E-cigarettes were invented by business, not medicine. But as more smokers make the switch, some health experts believe we’ve finally hit on something that could stub out smoking for good.