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Has UK society really become glib, broken and divided?

I've often heard expats declare their belief that UK society has become ever more divided since they left. This is something...
By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion Pieces - 22 May 2022, 18:00

Russia Will Not Disappear

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 20 May 2022, 15:00

Farewell Neutrality: Sweden and Finland

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 18 May 2022, 14:03

Portugalidade : The essence of being Portuguese

In Opinion Pieces - 16 May 2022, 16:25

Health tourism – Portugal has a lot to offer

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 14 May 2022, 10:03

A load of Rubbish!

In Letters - 10 May 2022, 10:10

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Predict the future – follow the investments

If you want to know the future direction of Portugal, and especially the Algarve, there is one simple way. Follow the investors.
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 06 May 2022, 11:03

Madeleine McCann – 15 years on

You could almost hear the sigh of despair from Praia da Luz as the Madeleine McCann case...
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 03 May 2022, 10:03

Masks – What was all the fuss about?

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 24 Apr 2022, 20:04

There goes the neighbourhood?

By Stephen A. Chmelewski, In Opinion, North America - 19 Apr 2022, 19:05

As the 1974 revolution anniversary approaches, what has changed?

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion, Portugal - 18 Apr 2022, 10:02

A four-day working week, dream, or reality

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 08 Apr 2022, 14:04


Wine – Corks, screw cap or box. Which is best?

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion - 31 Mar 2022, 17:05


Ryanair – Not the World’s favourite airline

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion, Opinion Pieces - 28 Mar 2022, 20:03


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Has UK society really become glib, broken and divided?

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Brexit - Old resentments simmer on

I wonder if it's humanly possible to pen an article about Brexit without rattling someone's cage? Well. Here goes...
By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion Pieces - 08 May 2022, 17:13

The lithium conundrum: Expanded

by Roberto Knight Cavaleiro
In Opinion Pieces - 03 May 2022, 14:27

Britain’s Shame

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 26 Apr 2022, 15:52

Climate Change Hits Southern Africa

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 26 Apr 2022, 15:47

Ukraine: Nuclear End-Game?

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 20 Apr 2022, 16:23



Do the Russians Have War in Their Blood?

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 30 Mar 2022, 13:53


Hungary: Fooled Again?

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 30 Mar 2022, 10:00

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Has UK society really become glib, broken and divided?

By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion Pieces - 22 May 2022, 18:00

The Portugal News now in Portuguese

By TPN, In News, Portugal - 20 May 2022, 09:06

Portugal least vulnerable to Ukraine war impact

By Paula Martins, In News, Portugal, World, Economy - 18 May 2022, 14:05

Letters

Re: Masks – What was all the fuss about?

EDITOR, If masks work then the only person who has to wear one is the person who is scared.
In Letters - 09 May 2022, 14:21

Being in Hospital

EDITOR, I have just spent 8 days on Covid-2 ward at Portimão hospital.
In Letters - 09 May 2022, 14:00

Space Tourism

In Letters - 06 May 2022, 12:43

The viscosity of war in The Ukraine

In Letters - 28 Apr 2022, 11:16

Vilamoura Drugs

In Letters - 28 Apr 2022, 08:00

John Clare’s Ukraine

In Letters - 27 Apr 2022, 14:13


Re: Ryanair

In Letters - 27 Apr 2022, 13:52


Re: Bellicose nonsense 1

In Letters - 21 Apr 2022, 08:23


A new order?

In Letters - 20 Apr 2022, 10:00

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Energy Crisis

EDITOR, Since the second world war there has been no need for gas, oil or coal. What you...
In Letters - 19 Apr 2022, 20:08

The Forgotten

EDITOR, I would like to make it clear from the start the I have great sympathy for the...
In Letters - 19 Apr 2022, 16:03

The viscosity of war in The Ukraine

EDITOR, I read with interest Mr. Ben Dmytrtszn´s shrewd demolition of Mr. Clare`s vision...
In Letters - 19 Apr 2022, 09:40

Anglo-Portuguese Alliances

EDITOR, May I venture to correct the assertion made in your recent piece concerning the...
In Letters - 29 Mar 2022, 12:17

A global energy crisis like no other

Beneath a tranquil village in north-west Germany lurks a beast. The village plays host to...
By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion Pieces - 26 Mar 2022, 20:36

Ukraine: What Next?

Russian troops are stalled for the third week outside most of the major cities of eastern...
By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 24 Mar 2022, 17:12

Ukraine: Lessons for Taiwan, Lessons for China

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion Pieces - 21 Mar 2022, 16:52

Brexit Envy

In Letters - 21 Mar 2022, 08:00

A reply to Mr. Day

In Letters - 20 Mar 2022, 08:00

The West held to ransom by a tyrant who can never again be trusted

By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion - 19 Mar 2022, 10:43

Car Insurance

In Letters - 19 Mar 2022, 08:00

Media manipulation of the Ukrainian tragedy

In Letters - 18 Mar 2022, 01:00