If a goal is scored in a match and no one is around to cheer it, does it make a sound?
Iwan Hopkins takes a look at racism in Italian football, following Romelu Lukaku’s suggestion that positive action is being taken
Another domino has fallen… will it topple a united Europe?
The most fabulous night in the musical calendar returns with political drama, horse masks, and a few plot twists, writes Elizabeth Rushton
Football is sacred to most, but in Florence, miracles of biblical proportions have occurred before…
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As we head into the final 2 weeks of the 6 nations, Toby Webb reflects on the tournament so far.
Visiting scholar and Cambridge Ph.D. student Giulio Regeni was found murdered in Cairo
The new leaders of Greece and Italy have more in common than their job titles – both are members of the secretive Bilderberg Group. Andrew Williams takes a look at the mysterious organisation
Writer Anneliese Murray takes you on her food tour of some Italy’s most desirable city breaks. From classic pasta to incredible Pizza, she has your Italian visits covered…
Jacob Dunn looks at the rise of Italian politician Matteo Salvini from obscure political outsider to the new flag bearer of Europe’s populist far right
Italy is populism’s next victim in Europe
An Italian court rules against carrying the Kirpan by Sikh men, igniting debate on human rights and religious freedom
Italy are enjoying a talent-boom like no other this season, but who are the ones to keep an eye on?
Italians have rejected Prime Minister Renzi’s reform and are left wondering about the alternatives
Jonathan analyses England’s recent victory against Scotland and reflects what to build on going into the match against the Azzuri
Olivia Burt whisks you away to Rome for a magical three days