Yarl’s Wood detention centre is a secretive but notorious place where people are held without charge for year after year, not knowing what is going to happen to them. They often crack. The only way to find out what was going on in there was to go in myself. It wasn’t easy.
Somewhere in the deep, dark ocean, a British submarine is always on patrol. Silent, secret, able to stay underwater for months at a time, it carries Trident nuclear missiles that can fly thousand miles to their targets and kill millions of people at once. The captain has the key to a safe to be openedContinue reading “Trident: What the future holds for the UK’s nuclear submarines “
The Sistine Chapel Choir was about to release its first album and a British man was among its ranks. That meant the rare chance to be inside the chapel during a concert and gaze up at the famous ceiling, reflecting on what life must be like for the man who had become Pope.