“We fled from terror and it found us again here. It feels like it is always behind us, stalking us.”
The government’s energy policies make can make it hard to decipher its commitment to emissions reduction.
The Prime Minister has a plan for when the bombs drop. But what about after?
The French ambassador to the UK reflects on the Paris attacks, and how Britain's response helped make the aftermath more bearable.
How an old, white guy is bringing class-based politics to the Democratic primary.
If you believe some reports, normal life will soon be impossible in Paris, London and other European cities. Spare a thought for Nigerians, Iraqis, Lebanese, Syrians, Yemenis, Pakistanis, Afghans and numerous others who live daily with the threat of bombings and shootings.
In 2013, the European Union declared Wahhabism the main source of global terrorism. But it's not just a “Middle East problem”; it is our problem, too.
A recent visit to Iraq has left me doubtful that the Prime Minister's plan can suceed, says Liam Byrne.
Military force may sometimes be necessary. But resorting to bombs and bullets comes at a high price to those caught up in conflicts abroad and, all too often, to the future security of people across the world.
Turkish officials insist the plane was warned - but Russia insists the plane was not in Turkish airspace.
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