Columnist

Marine Le Pen victorious: but is she as popular as she thinks?

Mon 26 May, AT 08:32 Nigel Horne

Some crumbs of comfort for those who can't believe the French really admire the National Front

Crispin Black

Gurkhas should no longer protect the Sultan of Brunei

Fri 23 May, AT 11:42 Crispin Black

Introduction of brutal Sharia law means it’s time to get out - even if Sultan is buddies with Prince Charles

Farage celebrates Ukip surge but knives are out for Miliband

Fri 23 May, AT 11:06 The Mole

'You have to go back to 1980s to find an opposition making so few gains,' says polling expert

Longitude Prize 2014: a vote for the future of British science

Thu 22 May, AT 13:16 Holden Frith

Tonight's Horizon launches a new Longitude Prize to tackle the world's great problems

EU immigration: 27% surge hands Ukip election day bonus

Thu 22 May, AT 13:03 The Mole

Latest figures make nonsense of Cameron's pledge to reduce net immigration to under 100,000 a year

Columnist

Le Pen does it again: 'Ebola virus to wipe out immigrants'

Thu 22 May, AT 10:52 Nigel Horne

Has France's Front National really changed? Or does Jean-Marie Le Pen speak for its members?

Flags outside European Parliament

Tackle the eurozone's original sin or watch the EU stagnate

Wed 21 May, AT 14:37 The Conversation

On the eve of the EU elections, economist Guido Cozzi lays out the rules for saving the eurozone

Charles Laurence

Francis Tiafoe: America pins its hopes on a tennis prodigy

Wed 21 May, AT 07:49 Charles Laurence

It used to be the Brits who were desperate to find a new tennis star – now it's the Americans

Inflation rises again: hiccup on the road to economic stability

Tue 20 May, AT 11:27 The Mole

Latest figures play into Ed Miliband's hands – though he appears out-of-touch with his own family finances

Disbelief as Miliband wriggles out of calling Farage racist

Mon 19 May, AT 10:25 The Mole

Labour leader walking on egg-shells as evidence mounts that Ukip IS attracting Labour voters

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