David Cameron wins support from Obama but creates confusion at home with a surprise move to propose draft Bill on EU membership referendum. Panic or tactical maneuvering?
Michael Gove and Philip Hammond brakes cover over EU referendum, angering captain Cameron and taking the pillow fight to a new level.
Education Secretary Michael Gove cited PR-comissioned opinion polls when he claimed that teenagers were ignorant of important historic events, a Freedom of Information request reveals.
Nerves break in Tory ranks as UKIP makes gains in local elections. Eurosceptics call for referendums and knifes sharpened for Cameron’s back. Farage celebrates his newfound respect as an important political player with a pint, but will it last?
Whatever action the west decides to take over Syria, there will be blood.
Over the weekend news of rape and alleged rape migrated from the BBC to Westminster.
If one listens to much to the right wingers and top brass politicians in the EU, one might believe that taxpayers in northern Europe and especially those in Germany are the Prügelknabe of Europe, forced to pay for the extravagance, corruption and heedlessness of the people of the crisis hit southern Europe. Strikingly, after years of crisis and bailouts totaling more than 400 million euros, the northern euro zone taxpayers has yet to lose a single euro cent.