As protestors chanted anti-austerity slogans and clashed with riot police, the German Chancellor did nothing but look after her own electoral interests.
The Bolivarian Revolution vs. the Brazil model.
The group's leaders won't rule out a return to violence “should the conditions present themselves”.
The cartoonist's take on the scandal over the late BBC presenter.
Dubai are at it again.
Hugo Chavez is definitely going to lose, isn’t he?
Tax evasion, not disability benefit fraud, is the real scandal.
We should all know better.
Not for us ladyfolk the stern black and white logic of the business pages! Not for us the brain-taxing Sudoku, with its spiky numbers and glaring empty boxes, says Natalie Guest.
Zoe Stavri argues that the women's minister's focus on reducing the abortion time limit is either misguided or disingenuous.
At worst, campaigners are engaging in exactly the same sort of sexual policing and censorship that The Sun does. The answer is more nudity, not less, says Martin Robbins.
Right-winger's outburst comes straight out of left–field
Research shows that the BBC failed to report the objections to the legislation found in other media outlets.
Looking at LOLcats could benefit your workflow.
They’re good to watch on TV but it’s better to be there.
Viktor Orban’s government is returning the country to totalitarianism.
Like their classmates, Roma children in one Paris suburb are getting to grips with a new school year - but French ministers continue to play politics with their future.
To read a lads' mag in public is to declare that women's bodies are public property.
Despite Rochdale social services being told that the girls were at risk, they did not intervene.
After the raging days of resistance, the left has become quiet, resigned and accepting.
The "aid success story" in Rwanda was key to detoxifying the Tory brand. Is that why Andrew Mitchell personally intervened to restore its budget, despite fears that the country is funding violent rebels in the Congo?
All the more important as an MP from the new parliament is gunned down in a Mogadishu street.
The received view does not quite match the reality of these crucial "reluctant radicals".
Whether or not the Chief Whip said “plebs” is irrelevant if he is allowed to evade the rule of law applicable to the ordinary people, says Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi.
Muddying the waters of sport’s great taboo does no one any favours.
Without swift work to rectify this problem, patient care will suffer.
Not everyone with prior domestic violence convictions goes on to reoffend.
There are times when it is better to "let nature take its course".
A referendum in a German town over a street name sparks a debate over whether ambiguous historical figures should be honoured.
Foreign aid should be investigated, but in the right way