Articles by Sam Knight
This year's Euro 2012 host has been untouched by the financial crisis, but for Poland, success has not come without strain
I am having trouble expelling the Norwegian terrorist, Anders Behring Breivik, from my mind. Ever since it emerged that Islamist extremism was not the bogeyman behind Norway’s day of murder, it has...
Fishing made Iceland rich, then spurred its financial meltdown. To banish that horror, Icelanders may now abandon a winning formula
The story of an antique Chinese vase, found in a house clearance in Pinner and sold for £43m in a small auction room, was a suburban fairytale. Was it also too good to be true?
In July Nasa’s space shuttle touched down for the last time. Bereft of their jobs and their mission, what will happen to the people of Florida’s Space Coast?
The NHS is facing one of the biggest shake-ups in its history. In a time of austerity and facing a £20bn deficit, is now the right time —and are these the right remedies?
As the football season unfolds, will Manchester United’s fans topple its US owners and set a pattern for returning English clubs to their communities?
The Bedford to Brighton line is dotted with marginal seats. I went to listen to the voters