Change is beginning to happen in this deeply conservative country—but it is a fragile thing
Ukip has gained ground because the traditional parties have lost touch with the everyday concerns of voters
Anatol Lieven / December 19, 2014
"This atrocity was a reaction to the repeated defeats the Pakistani Taliban have suffered at the hands of the Pakistani Army"
Serena Kutchinsky / December 17, 2014
©Dave Thompson/PA Wire/Press Association Images It’s been almost 45 years since the Equal Pay Act was passed in 1970. Yesterday, MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of passing the Equal Pay...
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Pat Kane / December 16, 2014
Is Jim Murphy's attempt to rebrand both himself and Scottish Labour too little too late?
Oli prices tumble, have we reached peak Ukip and democracy is under threat in Israel's election
Clare Algar / December 12, 2014
It's time for a proper inquiry into the UK's relationship with the CIA
Josh Lowe / December 12, 2014
This Saturday, the party will announce its new leader north of the border