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George Brock / June 27, 2014
There is no easy route out of the mess left by the phone hacking scandal, but it should start with the public interest
Uruguay's Luis Suarez scores against England at the World Cup in Brazil The inquest into England’s worst ever World Cup campaign has focused on the usual questions of team selection, tactics and...
Dominic Raab / June 25, 2014
"To claim that Britain and the US left Iraq a better place in 2003 is delusional"
The militant group offers a compelling proposition to would-be jihadists
Listen to analysis of the appeal of Ukip and nationalist parties elsewhere in Europe
David Omand / April 29, 2014
Too many commentators conclude that we are sliding into a society where behavior is restricted by even the possibility of state surveillance
Serena Kutchinsky / April 28, 2014
The controversial politician explains why he is leading his own campaign for a No vote in September’s referendum
As the US Secretary of State's hopes of brokering a peace deal between Israel and Palestine falter, we ask if he was ever on the right path