As the digital landscape shifts, so must our approach to opinion and news delivery. With that in mind, we’ve taken the decision to close HuffPost UK Blogs, writes editor-in-chief Jimmy Leach.
In one of the wealthiest countries in the world, there is no excuse for this to carry on, Emma Revie writes.
Schools have a duty to reflect what is enshrined in law and what the vast majority of society believes to be right, writes Matt Bagwell.
It’s a lie to state, as nationalists and populists often do, that the people of Europe have given up on the dream of a United Europe. The contrary is true, Guy Verhofstadt writes.
Victim-blaming, denialism, and character assassination could not be further from the response the Jewish community are crying out for, Labour campaigner Joshua Garfield writes
Sir Kim is just the latest senior civil servant to be targeted for not serving a narrow political agenda, the FDA's Dave Penman writes
From throwing Kim Darroch 'under a bus' to bungling the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, this is what we should expect from a Johnson premiership, writes journalist Anthony Harwood
White privilege is being absolved of responsibility for reciting violent lyrics – where black people are not, reporter Nadine White writes
It's welcome the government is looking at comprehensive law reform on image-based abuse – but for women being victimised right now, this is justice being delayed.
When Gordon Brown, Sarah and the boys left, there were tears and hugs all round – then we were told “right, 45 minutes to get ready for the next lot”.