‘There are a lot of prerequisites to a digital border’: What Norway’s EU border can tell us about Brexit

As British and EU negotiators tussle over their future customs relationship, non-EU member Norway points to a world where digital borders might be able to solve Westminster's current woes.

How the ‘only African in Port Fairy’ became the small town’s local hero

Tanzanian Seif Sakate stood out in the small, Australian coastal town he called home but it helped him get noticed by the locals who eventually followed him to Africa to build a school and a kindergarten.

Can political elites at Davos mend rising populism and inequality, or are they part of the problem?

The world's richest and most powerful people are gathered in Switzerland to tackle pressing global issues, but analysts say the model over which they preside is fuelling populism and increasing inequality.

UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox tells Parliament not to ‘hijack’ Brexit

As Prime Minister Theresa May returns to a UK Parliament expectantly waiting for a rebooted Brexit deal, her colleague Liam Fox stresses the need to respect the will of the 2016 vote.