For 40 years Britain has been in thrall to Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek’s ideology of ‘market fundamentalism’. Formulated at the height of the Second World War, and introduced here by his adoring disciple, Margaret Thatcher, it has
The man, caught after authorities offered a reward, allegedly blocked building exit with motorbikeA fire in a karaoke lounge in southern China killed 18 people and injured another five, with police arresting a man soon after for suspected arson.The fire s
FIFA will look into revamping the Club World Cup and setting up a Nations League-style competition — for a £17.9bn cash pot. According to the BBC, Gianni Infantino is set to force through two new competitions as he continues to put his stamp on the org
A new survey says that five years after a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh killed 1,134 people and left thousands injured conditions for the workers toiling in the country's huge apparel industry have improved but much remains to be done.
Abdo Benítez, son of Alfredo Stroessner’s private secretary, defeats centre-left coalition in narrow win for the rightAn election campaign that revived memories of Paraguay’s bloody 1954-89 dictatorship has ended with Mario Abdo Benítez – son of t
HTLV-1 is endemic across central Australia. But testing takes six months and is not government-fundedAn Aboriginal woman – we’ll call her B – is sitting in a dry creek bed outside her community and telling the world “this is a very bad disease. Bu