Signs That You Need a Mental Health Break From Work, and How To Ask For One
Talking about mental health issues with the HR or your boss can be overwhelming. But maybe it’s time you did.
College Professor Applies for Leave Saying Maharashtra Politics Made Him ‘Sick’
After a weekend of twists and turns as political parties in the state scrambled to form a government, one professor was left shook by the chaos and confusion.
This Company Gave Non-Smokers Six Extra Vacation Days to Compensate for Smoke Breaks
It started with a comment in the company suggestion box.
Uber Is Throwing a Tantrum and Exiting Quebec
No more Ubers for Quebecers.
How Hardcore Remainers Ended Up Sounding Weirdly Like Brexiteers
The people who hate Brexit the most are beginning to resemble its biggest fans.
Article 50: What Happens Next in the Great Constitutional Brexit Meltdown?
Will there be an early election? Will the Queen appoint a new PM? Probably not, but the Article 50 ruling gives Remainers a chance to reframe the entire Brexit debate.
The Countries Brits Want to Move to the Most in the Wake of Brexit
New Zealand's media is worrying about a "British invasion" after 10,000 Brits registered interest in moving there, so we looked at which other countries have seen spikes in visa enquiries since June 24.
How Brexit Is Already Screwing Over Young People
The UK hasn't even left the EU yet, but the fallout from the vote is already robbing millennials of their prospects.
David Cameron is out, Theresa May set to become UK Prime Minister
After a formal power changing process with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, the Conservative politician will become Britain's new head of government.
Having 'no charisma' isn't stopping Michael Gove from a bid to lead the UK post-Brexit
His 13-page campaign speech was delivered on the heels of Thursday's blood bath, in which Gove stabbed his old friend Boris Johnson in the back and decided to run for prime minister.
Boris Johnson calls it quits in UK prime minister race
The former London mayor unexpectedly announced he would not run to succeed David Cameron, who quit last week after failing to persuade British voters to stay in the EU.
How the Brexit could still be stopped
One option is to delay and hope that pro-Brexiters either come to their senses or forget about the whole thing.