This week's news, from Erdogan the despot, to memories of Disraeli, and coffee and class.
The five Gulf countries, the majority of which have significant wealth, have taken zero refugees.
The Prime Minister told Parliament that a drone strike piloted by the RAF was authorised in Syria against a UK-born Isis fighter.
David Cameron will fund the resettlement of refugees with a raid on the Dfid budget. He's well within the rules - but should he?
The current government position is bad policy, bad politics and a betrayal of a proud British tradition.
What are the true figures on the crisis – and how many asylum seekers are countries taking?
Climate change, as much as Isis, is driving Europe's migrant crisis, says Barry Gardiner.
If your country is in flames and your life is at risk, boarding a rickety, dangerous boat is a rational decision. We need to provide safer choices and better routes.
Photos of a drowned Syrian child are dominating the front pages. Who was he, and how did he end up washed up on the Turkish coast?
Hungarian authorities have stopped a train carrying refugees from Budapest.
As the migrant crisis worsens, the Prime Minister refuses to allow desperate people into Britain, citing "peace" in the Middle East as his priority.
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