A quarter of a century after the Cold War, dreams of harmony and consensus are shot to pieces
Former Deputy Speaker believes we need statute of limitations – and anonymity for those accused
Steven Gerrard in tears after massive win leaves Reds just four games away from league triumph
Arsene Wenger set to jettison French striker over his amorous indiscretions
Almeida's new comedy drama on the future on the monarchy 'fascinating' and 'brilliant', say critics
Ukrainian special forces sent into Sloviansk after takeover by armed separatists
Catastrophic climate change can only be averted if we adopt nuclear, wind and solar power in a big way, says UN
Acquitted MP says defence cost him life savings
ComRes poll sees Lib Dems sink to new low and Ukip make gains from scandal-hit Tories
South Korean president should ‘keep her disgusting mouth closed’ in order to improve relations, says Pyongyang
People accused of hiding money offshore to avoid tax will have to prove it was not their intention
In a rare statement of his religious views, Cameron has described Christians' 'countless acts of kindness'
Nick Clegg has pandered to detractors, adds Jeremy Browne
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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