The film star is likeable and principled. He can also beat The Donald at his own game.
A recent US study found that more than 95 per cent of women say they don’t regret their abortion. Perhaps, like me, they were brought by the terrifying realness of a pregnancy to a place where they knew, perhaps for the first time, what the right thing for them was.
Liz Kendall may well be Labour's Ken Clarke, and Jeremy Corbyn could yet be the party's IDS.
The people of Greece are not being asked to swallow many bitter pills in exchange for a realistic plan of economic revival: they are asked to suffer so that others in the European Union can go on dreaming their dream undisturbed.
It's good news that a deal has been reached between Greece and its creditors. But the details of this deal are not good.
It has been hard, over the years, to explain to western readers and viewers the deep contradictions of Iran.
When I talked to Iranian policymakers last year, they told me US hegemony in the Middle East and global affairs is giving way to a multipolar order - and with it come new enemies.
A wrong decision may leave children and adults unsafe or, conversely, may deprive a child of a relationship with a parent who is in fact no risk at all.
If we are going to talk about how feminism is too white, Anglocentric and insular, we have to put our money where our mouth is.
Harry Lambert interviews Yanis Varoufakis, hero of the Greek left.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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