Comment

We can stop Britain's unending rain - but greens won't like it

Opinion digest Tue 10 Jul, AT 10:34

Opinion digest: improving British weather, reforming the Lords, praising Libya's elections

Homs child, Syria

Syria looks more like Bosnia than Libya, says William Hague

Summary Fri 8 Jun, AT 09:33

Foreign Secretary warns of descent into sectarian violence with village turning against village

Comment

Syria sits in a region in flames. Diplomacy is a must

Opinion digest Tue 29 May, AT 11:29

Opinion digest: Syrian military intervention, the new energy bill and the Murdoch's power over Blair

Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi

Calls for inquiry into Lockerbie bombing as Megrahi dies

First Post Mon 21 May, AT 07:13

David Cameron rules out inqury, but Alex Salmond says Megrahi case is still 'live' should a relative want to appeal

Comment

Whatever became of quietly competent David Cameron?

Opinion digest Wed 25 Apr, AT 11:47

Opinion Digest: Prime Minister's lack of purpose, Grand Prix politics and angry Europeans

Abdel Hakim Belhadj

Belhadj rendition: why the MI6 spooks dropped Jack Straw in it

Wed 18 Apr, AT 08:53 Crispin Black

As Straw is served legal papers, it seems today's secret agents are no longer prepared to take the fall for politicians

Muammar Gaddafi

Gaddafi 'was a serial rapist, abusing spellbound women'

One-Minute Read Wed 4 Apr, AT 07:54

German documentary claims some women were raped within minutes of meeting Libyan leader

Comment

On the jobs front, women's rights are going backwards

Opinion digest Tue 3 Apr, AT 10:54

Opinion Digest: we need a strategy to help women stay in work – and the Quad needs scrutiny

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