US Marines in Afghanistan

Huge US operation in Afghanistan

News Thu 2 Jul, AT 08:23

4,000 newly deployed US Marines launch Operation Khanjar to flush out Taliban militants from Helmand River valley

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Press TV

British journalists who work for Ahmadinejad's mouthpiece

News Wed 1 Jul, AT 19:05

Following Nick Ferrari's resignation from Press TV, what do the other British journalists who work for the Iranian government think?

Compulsory ID cards are history

News Wed 1 Jul, AT 09:49

The Mole: Alan Johnson's decision to keep the database leaves him open to Tory attacks, says our Westminster insider

NHS

This isn't patient power: it's a government plot to cut GP budgets

News Tue 30 Jun, AT 18:19

Questionnaires sent to serial malcontents are not a good way to determine the effectiveness of a GP surgery

Yemenia Air

Child found as Airbus crashes into sea

News Tue 30 Jun, AT 11:43

A five-year-old child is believed to be the only survivor of Yemenia Air flight IY626, which crashed off the Indian Ocean archipelago of Comoros

Darling and Mandelson at war

News Tue 30 Jun, AT 09:40

The Mole: Brown has to halt the turf war between his Chancellor and his number two, says our Westminster insider

Giorgio Napolitano; Silvio Berlusconi

‘Drop Berlusconi gossip for sake of G8’

News Tue 30 Jun, AT 08:30

Italian president urges politicians and journalists to put aside current controversies

David Cameron

A David Cameron government would be brimming with hawks

Column Mon 29 Jun, AT 18:53

The Conservative frontbench is full of self-proclaimed neocons

Michael Jackson

Narcissistic obsessions killed the Man in the Mirror

Mon 29 Jun, AT 12:59 Coline Covington

Whether or not drugs were involved, it was Michael Jackson’s obsession with his appearance that ultimately killed him

Gordon Brown begins his fightback

News Mon 29 Jun, AT 09:49

The Mole: Today’s announcement may focus on public services – but it’s actually about saving the PM’s neck, says our Westminster insider

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