Steven Gerrard with Roy Hogdson in Ukraine for Euro 2012

Euro 2012: hope springs eternal as England face France

Talking Point Mon 11 Jun, AT 10:24

Temperatures may be sky-high and expectations sub-zero, but is the nation finds hope in determination

Karim Benzema

Bad news for England as Euro 2012 rivals France show class

Match Report Wed 6 Jun, AT 08:03

With Sweden also looking good, England face a scrap with Ukraine for bottom spot in Group D

Trident: is Coalition avoiding the debate that could blow it apart?

Fri 1 Jun, AT 07:05 Robert Fox

In an era of proliferation, the UK might well need a new nuclear weapon – but we seem to be ploughing ahead without a debate

Homs child, Syria

Houla: West acts but what can be done against Assad?

Talking Point Wed 30 May, AT 11:15

Britain, France and the US expel Syrian diplomats after weekend atrocity as calls for military intervention grow

Comment

Irish people may be the next to reject Europe's austerity dream

Opinion digest Fri 11 May, AT 11:13

Opinion digest: Irish austerity, gay marriage culture wars, British FBI and Olympic propaganda

Cameron makes £100m U-turn on F-35 aircraft carrier jets

One-Minute Read Thu 10 May, AT 15:00

Humiliating turnaround for Cameron as Ministry of Defence reverts to Labour’s original plan

Comment

Forget the 'shareholder spring' hype: high pay is here to stay

Opinion digest Wed 9 May, AT 11:04

Opinion digest: Shareholder and debt revolts, France's first lady and graceful ageing

Carla Bruni resumes her music career as Sarkozy bows out

First Post Tue 8 May, AT 17:07

Will former French first lady steal the limelight from her replacement Valerie Trierweiler?

Greek neo-Nazi leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos

Greece elects neo-Nazis amid new fears for euro and Europe

First Post Mon 7 May, AT 15:02

After Hollande's victory in France, radical Greeks give a resounding no to austerity

Valerie Trierweiler, Francois Hollande companion

Valerie Trierweiler, a match for Carla as France's first lady

First Post Mon 7 May, AT 13:34

Francois Hollande's 'companion' will make headlines like Bruni - but for different reasons

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