In 2015, three schoolgirls were photographed at the airport, en route to Syria. Will any of them ever come home?
The Prime Minister says the brutal attack has strengthened international resolve to defeat the extremist militants.
The sister of a diabetic who died after having his benefits cut wept after hearing the minister say there is state support for vulnerable people.
The ubiquitous unit of global commerce has infiltrated every sphere of modern life – whether as a means of trafficking, a symbol of gentrification, or a part of political protest.
Thanks to Saudi Arabia’s brutal and inhumane treatment of blogger Raif Badawi, flogging as a punishment is back in the news. In 19th century Britain, the case of a young soldier who died after a similar assault provoked a national outcry.
Labour’s unwillingness to completely break with the coalition’s benefit sanctions will hurt those with mental health issues the most.
Eugene de Kock, the former commander of the apartheid government’s infamous Vlakplaas unit, has been granted parole after serving 20 years of his two life sentences.
We are horrified and disgusted by the reaction to the rape and death of Rehtaeh Parsons, but we aren’t surprised.
The first draft of a copyright reform report, from the digital rights party's last MEP, could give the Pirates a significant legacy.
Opposing the logic of neoliberal economics does not mean the Greeks have become Marxists.
The falling oil price may sound like a positive thing, but it follows a series of worrying events in global economics.
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