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Tensions between anti-government protesters and their opponents are increasing.
The government just might apply the political logic of the triple lock pension to the UK’s underfunded social care system.
How Covid-19 is hastening the death of the British curry.
Ongoing protests in the far-flung city of Khabarovsk reveal the limits of Moscow's hold over the regions.
The frontrunner to become the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives will have to contend with a bouyant SNP and a country increasingly in favour of independence.
As the pandemic has swept the globe, it has passed with particular virulence through the world’s meat-packing plants.
The story of how the former Confederacy capital turned blue is one of demographic shifts, a Democratic political machine and Donald Trump.
President Erdogan’s decision to reconvert the building into a mosque is a further move against religious pluralism.
The battle for freedom of expression in the US reaches far beyond the nation’s newsrooms.
Opponents of Poland’s ruling PiS party must now avoid short-sighted squabbles and think long term.