David Cameron has said Britain is prepared to send a “sizeable amount” of troops in support of French forces battling Islamist militias in Mali.
Amidst the debate on the EU budget, here are five key areas in which Britain benefits from membership of the EU.
David Cameron has been attacked for his “red carpet” invite to tax dodgers, while Jimmy Carr has suffered a backlash after it was revealed he is a tax avoider.
Tony Burke argues that the government has many lessons to learn from Germany, and presents a new report from the TUC which aims to do just that.
Matt Cavanagh, Associate Director at the Institute for Public Policy Research, looks at whether the United Kingdom is really “full up” as the angry right claim.
Kevin Meagher looks at the history of Anglo-Irish relations and why this week’s visit has been more about Britain coming to terms with it than Ireland.
An in-depth analysis of current European and American immigration policy under President Obama and what it can teach the UK, by ippr’s Matt Cavanagh.
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Much of the British media has dedicated the last few days to questioning the strategic and fiscal pitfalls/merits of the military and nuclear agreements signed by David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday. However, the legal context to the nuclear part of the agreement raises some interesting questions, and has largely been ignored.