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The Labour party is missing the opportunity to stand up proudly for low-paid workers and those who rely on state support.
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Frances Robinson continues her series on what we really need to know about the EU. This week: migration and the money.
Although polls suggested a tight race, Israel's Prime Minister has won for another term.
Forget the argument over austerity. Reform of the state should be the central mission of the left.
For such a small country, there is far too great a divergence within it to attempt to define a quintessential Ireland.
Its jihadis call for a global caliphate. So why deny religion drives Isis?
Is parliament dragging its heels on modern-day slavery because women's domestic "work" is still considered part of the natural order?
While his statements on Crimea are alarming, rumours of the Russian president's death have been – oh, you know how it goes.
Binyamin Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett, Yisrael Beytenu - each of Israel's potential leaders faces an uncertain future as the country votes.
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