The government is about to announce if it will give the go-ahead for more fracking, a controversial method for extracting natural gas, Susan Watts says there are concerns that regulations meant t...
The government is in talks to sell up to a third of its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland to Abu Dhabi, the BBC learns.
In an exlusive interview with BBC Newsnight, German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it would be a huge political mistake if debt-stricken Greece was allowed to leave the euro.
Modern German anxieties about their taxes bailing out European partners has Lutheran echoes from the 16th Century, says Gavin Esler.
Welfare-to-work firm A4e knew of widespread potential fraud and systematic failures by management to control it, a leaked internal document obtained by Newsnight suggests.
England's Chief Schools Inspector Michael Wilshaw tell Newsnight that reading standards have not improved since 2005, and the country is being overtaken by other leading nations, ahead of a key s...
Sergei Polunin, the youngest dancer ever to be made a principal with the Royal Ballet, whose skill had earned him comparisons with Nureyev and Baryshnikov, speaks to BBC Newsnight about his unexp...
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