by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Sep 8, 2015
The UK has done it with Afghan refugees in the past.
by Travis Waldron Jun 2, 2015
In the last two years, LGBT fan groups have formed at soccer clubs across England in an effort to make the sport a more inclusive place.
by Travis Waldron Apr 9, 2015
Nearly a century after it was officially banned, women's soccer is growing across England. A burgeoning professional league may be its biggest step yet.
by Travis Waldron Mar 12, 2015
Stonewall F.C., Britain's first and most prominent gay soccer team, is indicative of the progress the slow-changing world of soccer is starting to make.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 10, 2014
"And the father of Malala and Malala have done nothing at all. Her father is a good salesman, that’s it. And the daughter has also become a salesgirl. And they are dancing on the tunes of West."
by Emily Atkin Oct 3, 2014
“Although it’s a little unsavory, there’s lots and lots of power locked in poo.”
by Joanna M. Foster May 4, 2014
The U.K. has undergone a solar transformation in recent years. But the nearly 200 solar farms which have made this all possible, may soon have their subsidies pulled, despite overwhelming support for solar in the country.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 9, 2014
All along the coast of the U.K. and in other coastal communities around the world, the threat of sea level rise and more violent storms is forcing towns and governments to make difficult choices -- build higher, build stronger, or retreat.
by Ari Phillips Feb 13, 2014
In the midst of unprecedented flooding, the Church is "trying to raise the profile of climate change within the church and to help us have all our boats facing in the same direction."
by Ari Phillips Feb 1, 2014
Rainfall was 35 percent above average in January as many communities struggled with the impacts of sustained flooding. Climate models predict more frequent and intense floods for the U.K.