Once a popular holiday destination, the Scottish isle where Emma Irving hails from has suffered in recent decades. But four years ago, at Christmas, things started to change
With the country divided and a general election looming, The Economist’s Britain correspondent quits Westminster and heads home. Could an 84-mile hike along Hadrian’s Wall teach him anything new?
Londoners were invited to deface a painting of the arch-Brexiteer. But how useful is this kind of protest art?