France, Germany and the Netherlands suggest there is nothing inevitable about the right's advance.
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The Liberal Democrats made a splash with their private polling. But the published results indicate that they may be grasping at straws.
Social segregation - of races, classes and religions - is on the rise in Britain. A new report suggests ways out of the mess.
The Foreign Secretary warns about the threat Russia poses to Britain's security, seeing relations going from prickly to poor.
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