Russia’s opposition to military action in Syria is partly the result of it feeling deceived over the UN vote to intervene in Libya two years ago, argues Tom London.
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Fresh doubts over the economic consequences of an independent Scotland have been raised, with a warning that it risks facing “economic dislocation”.
TweetTo put it mildly, last year was not a good one for the Coalition. The Conservative Party dropped nine points in the polls and was divided over gay marriage and the EU. Meanwhile, the Liberal Democrats battled UKIP for third place in opinion polls and Nick Clegg’s attempt to apologise for the rise in Tuition […]
David Cameron has finally made his energy policy position clearer – it turns out it is somewhere near to suggestions from IPPR.
“The proportion of people saying they were satisfied with the way the NHS is run has fallen from 70 per cent in 2010 to 58 per cent last year – the biggest drop recorded since the survey began almost 30 years ago.
Ed Jacobs presents the round-up of the week in the rest of the UK, outside of the tiny Westminster bubble
Ed Jacobs reports on Cameron’s attempts to save the union, and Salmond’s attempts to scupper it
Alex Hern runs through Cameron’s U-turn on Europe