Will Self on the militarisation of France, and Boris Johnson at the Foreign Office.
Conflating the refugee crisis with EU migration is simply wrong.
Taking a look at the bit of Belgium that was a base for Paris terror attacks.
There is more to this than merely retaliation for the arrest of Salah Abdesalam, the Paris bomber who was captured four days ago.
A Very Expensive Poison: the Definitive Story of the Murder of Litvinenko and Russia’s War With the West by Luke Harding reviewed.
Franco-British comradeship, anarchy at Shoreditch House and French grub in the Clink.
We meet evicted inhabitants of Europe’s largest slum, which is being bulldozed by the French authorities.
The New Labour governments' quiet pro-Europeanism left the battlefield vacated for two decades.
Unless Europe’s leaders summon the political will to act on behalf of the voiceless and vulnerable this untold suffering will only get worse, and I fear that Greece, perpetually teetering on the brink of oblivion, may well collapse as well.
It would be brave to bet against the CDU or its leader at the general election, explains Dan Hough.
Far from rejecting the Chancellor's stance, most voters backed candidates who support it.
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