Cameron needs to create a shadow cabinet that can win the affection of the masses
Two new airport terminals in Beijing and London highlight the differences between China and Britain'
Faced with an almost unprecedented drop in popularity, some in the Labour Party are starting to thin
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In the US, as here, inequality is a middle-class issue.
Conservative immigration spokesman Damian Green argues a report that demonstrates no link between im
The mayoral candidates need to consider global warming when discussing the congestion and emission c
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Apparently many Olympic traditions date back to the Nazis...
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When nations refuse to stand together in the face of Sudan’s violations on international law, they s
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Simon W Jenkins talks to one man struggling to escape the cycle of poverty on Jobseeker's Allowance
The big issues of today are "intermestic"
Great Hatred, Little Room: Making Peace in Northern Ireland
Bodley Head, 338pp
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<strong>The Remarkable Lives of Bill Deedes</strong>
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Religious belief is no basis for law-making
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After ten years of new Labour in power, the academics and commentators have been taking stock. David
The draft Torture Damages Bill is a fundamental test of the British government's commitment to human