Sheremet was blown up as he drove to host a morning radio programme
This weekend marks four years since the start of the crisis in Syria.
The latest polls show that nothing is changing in Scotland, and why would they?
Michael Gove's speech to the Legatum Institute: the full text.
Smart watches and online rage.
As the election gets closer, Nigel Farage is showing his true face - and Labour must call it for what it is, says Chuka Umunna.
We visit the town made famous by George Orwell for its deprivation in the 1930s and find parts of it standing tall – and others beaten down by the cuts.
Osborne has at least one big card left to play - but it might help the Conservatives less than they hope.
The cause of electoral reform will be strengthened in the era of multi-party politics, Labour's shadow Business Secretary believes.
Kate Osamor, a trade union activist, is on course to win the Edmonton seat for Labour. She speaks to the New Statesman about her mother's dealings with the party, education and BAME representation.
When local boys in Butetown left to join Isis, the local Muslim community was shell-shocked and villified. But a group of young women is working to make things better.
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