Britain’s view of President Assad has transformed over the years, but the West still hasn’t learnt lessons about supporting dictators around the world.
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Australian Liberal Leader Tony Abbott fears falling short of a Parliamentary majority when all the Murdoch press are behind him, but he doesn’t deserve to win.
There has been a conflict in Conservative Party economic policy for the last thirty years – between conservative values of frugality and the rise of personal debt.
Europe has long been a problem for the Conservative Party and whichever way the EU referendum goes has pitfalls for the Prime Minister.
The allure of the game has led football clubs to take advantage of its devoted fans, writes Chris Olewicz.
Tweet By Hannah Martin and Graham Thompson from No Dash For Gas This week in Sussex, we’ve been reclaiming the power. At our six-day camp, we’ve shared skills, discussed complex environmental and social issues and crucially, taken direct action by shutting down the Cuadrilla shale oil drilling site in Balcombe. Part of our campaign involved […]
Polls show that Angela Merkel is favourite to win the German Federal Election. The left is struggling to gain ground against Merkel’s pragmatic centrism.
Reports of chemical attacks in Syria has returned international attention to the ongoing crisis, but there is disagreement over the right international response.