Gibraltar’s Youth Fear Brexit Closing Them Off from the World

Brexit has rekindled one of the worst periods of the Rock’s recent history: the closing of the border that separates Gibraltar from their neighbours in Spain.


Trump's 'Record Economy' Is Making Americans Miserable

Except the rich ones, who are stoked.


All the News You Need to Read Today

Researchers say modern students prefer "work to drugs".


Is It Time to Quit Your Crappy Job?

In this week's episode of 'Yeah, But It's Not as Simple as That' we speak to people who made the jump.


We've Already Lost the Battle Against the Machines

Robots are taking our jobs because our lives are already robotic


The Struggling Canadian Coal Town Desperate to Return to Its Roots

On Cape Breton Island, where the last coal mine closed in 2001 after years of industry decline, an underwater mine near the 500-person village of Donkin is set to bring coal back.


What Would Happen if the Coffee Plant Went Extinct?

Apparently climate change could make this terrible, terrible thing happen. We asked some experts about the anxiety, unemployment, and energy drink addiction it might cause.


Meet the Woman Behind Blackpool's Only Caribbean Cafe

Sharon Taylor’s Caribbean cafe makes its home among the northern coastal town’s cheap boozers, chip shops, and fortune tellers.


Happily Unemployed: The People Who Quit Their Jobs to Live on Benefits

Young executives talk about why they left their jobs to live on benefits.


We Joined Britain's Last Deep Pit Coal Miners for Their Final Shift

"Everybody knows we've got to decarbonise and go green, we know that. But we're not ready for it."


Do Young People Need Trade Unions?

Many young people don't even know what trade unions are, but that doesn't mean they don't need them.