Stephen Collins / September 13, 2017
In this month's podcast, Tom Clark and guests ask what makes a political leader
Gaby Hinsliff / September 13, 2017
A pro-European among Brexiteers and a liberal at the Home Office, Amber Rudd has shown herself to be a flexible operator. If things go her way, could she be our next PM?
Tom Fletcher / September 13, 2017
UN Secretary General António Guterres is everything the American president is not. But is he ready to lead?
Suna Erdem / September 13, 2017
As publications are shut down and once-loyal film producers arrested, artists in Turkey are finding new ways to work under Erdoğan's government
Alex Dean / September 13, 2017
It's theme of "time" is a little forced. But Brexit Time: Leaving the EU—Why, How and When? offers valuable insight from an expert in the field
Paul Wallace / September 13, 2017
When Britain crashed out of the ERM 25 years ago it left a toxic trail
Chi Onwurah / September 13, 2017
If we put enough pressure on the Government, 2017 can be the year that we started to become enfranchised digital citizens
Ross Anderson / September 13, 2017
As medical devices and cars move online, we need to ask: who will be charged with making sure each update is safe and secure?
Matt Hancock / September 13, 2017
That means both backing businesses—and making sure we stay one step ahead of the hackers