Men watching smoke after an air strike in Kobane

Air strikes alone will not save Kobane, say UK and US

One-Minute Read Thu 9 Oct, AT 08:47

Kobane experiences most intense street battles so far, but US says its job is not to save Syrian towns

The Mole

Cameron heads to Aberdeen to save Union – and his own skin

Mon 15 Sep, AT 10:18 The Mole

As ‘Devo max’ offer opens a can of worms, Tory MPs could hit Cameron with ‘no confidence’ vote

Robert Fox

IS threat grows as Obama and Cameron prevaricate

Thu 28 Aug, AT 13:39 Robert Fox

Can 'coalition of the willing' come together to deal with Islamic State? Not if Cameron can help it

The Mole

Cameron gives up holiday as UK executioner raises stakes

Wed 20 Aug, AT 11:13 The Mole

Cameron appears to agree with John Humphrys that his holiday was 'unseemly' after beheading

The Mole

Iraq crisis: politicians, soldiers and now public back UK action

Wed 13 Aug, AT 14:50 The Mole

David Cameron is not keeping up with public opinion on need to help beleaguered Kurds and Yazidis

The Mole

Tories becalmed: PM still on hols as second minister quits

Tue 12 Aug, AT 10:20 The Mole

Get a grip, Dave - this is not what Churchill meant when he said 'We shall fight them on the beaches'

The Mole

Litvinenko inquiry is launched: now there's a coincidence!

Tue 22 Jul, AT 10:41 The Mole

Until now, government didn't want to risk Russian relations: after MH17, we're happy to upset Putin

Michael Gove leaves Downing St after losing job as Eductation Secretary

Cabinet reshuffle: Michael Gove loses Education post

One-Minute Read Tue 15 Jul, AT 15:10

Cull of 'pale, male and stale' Tories makes room for women in largest reshuffle to date

Two RAF Typhoon fighter jets in action

RAF fighter jets scrambled to intercept Russian warplanes

One-Minute Read Thu 24 Apr, AT 10:33

Typhoon fighter jets sent to investigate Russian long-range bombers approaching UK airspace

Ebola: New York confirms first case of the virus

One-Minute Read Fri 24 Oct, AT 10:00

Doctor caught Ebola while treating patients in Guinea, but officials say there is no reason for alarm

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