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WASHINGTON -- A dozen national polls conducted over the past week have produced a range of results, mostly indicating either a dead heat or a narrow advantage for President Barack Obama over Republican nominee Mitt Romney. A new survey from the Pew Research Center, however, gives Obama his...
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has grown increasingly critical of the Obama administration, leading at least one Israeli opposition leader to suggest that he might be looking to oust President Obama and install Mitt Romney into the White House. Huffpost Live's Ahmed Shihab-Eldin discusses...
Nick Clegg has issued a surprise apology for promising to oppose any increase in tuition fees and has pledged to learn from the "mistake". "We made a promise before the election that we would vote against any rise in fees under any circumstances," he said on Wednesday. "But that was...
Queen guitarist Brian May has launched a campaign to stop the "indefensible" cull of badgers which has been given the go-ahead to tackle tuberculosis in cattle. The badgers will not be put down humanely, but shot by farmers, and therefore will possibly receive horrific, exruciating injuries before they eventually die,...
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The Obama administration has confirmed the United States is not planning to invade Canada with help from Mexico. You read that right. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland was taking questions Tuesday when a reporter asked about why a signing ceremony between U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and...
A group of semi-naked women have urged David Cameron to do more to secure justice for rape victims. The campaigners called on the prime minister to ensure the criminal justice system takes rape and sexual assault cases more seriously. Hundreds of women are expected to take part in Saturday's SlutWalk...
David Cameron is viewed as tougher, smarter and more eloquent than Ed Miliband, but the Labour leader is seen as more likely to protect jobs and understand the lives of ordinary people, according to a poll published on Wednesday. The Ipsos/Mori survey for the Evening Standard showed that...
Downing Street has dropped yet more hints that David Cameron might consider going into the next election supporting a third runway for Heathrow Airport. A communiqué issued by Number 10 on Wednesday lunchtime suggests Heathrow was near the top of the agenda when the prime minister met senior ministers...
The Australian senator who was sacked as an aide to the country's opposition leader for linking homosexuality to bestiality is due to attend an event for young British Conservatives this weekend. Speaking during a debate on gay marriage in the Australian Senate on Tuesday, Liberal Cory Bernardi said...
It's common knowledge around Westminster and the general public that Boris Johnson is more popular than David Cameron, however, it that fact has been empirically proven by one plucky custom clothing website. Underwear branded with the Mayor of London's face are proving so popular that they have crashed
Students have lost all confidence in Ofqual following the row over GCSE English exam grades, a Labour MP has claimed. Nic Dakin, a former teacher, said the exam watchdog's decision to redraw the grade boundaries in the exams will mean thousands of students will receive lower marks and...
Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has been accused of "hypocrisy" by the Scottish government after he claimed Scotland couldn't afford its current welfare bill if it were independent. Duncan Smith will use a speech in Glasgow later on Wednesday to claim that Scotland would have to put...
Freezing benefits for two years would be "unacceptable" the deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats has said, putting him on a collision course with Nick Clegg who is reported to be prepared to back the move. Lacklustre economic growth has led George Osborne to consider slashing welfare costs by £10bn...
Women in their underwear with slogans adorned on their bodies are set to gather outside Downing Street on Wednesday in protest at the way the legal system lets down rape victims. The demonstration is part of the SlutWalk movement, which calls for a change in police and prosecution priorities to...
Maria Miller has sought to head off claims that she privately opposes gay marriage by writing a column in The Independent firmly supporting the proposed change. Her intervention follows concerns that despite being the government's new equalities minister Miller privately opposes extending civil rights to gay...
The definition of domestic violence is to be widened to include verbal abuse and controlling behaviour, as well as teenage victims. Campaigners welcomed the changes but warned that more funding is urgently required to help support the highly vulnerable victims. Nick Clegg, who announced the plans, said the changes, which...
** Romneyshambles, Episode 74 ** Crime and punishment ** Drifting to the right ** Who are you calling a liar? ** Et tu, Tony? ** No. Shit. Sherlock. ** ROMNEYSHAMBLES, EPISODE 74 What were you thinking, Governor Romney? The Republican presidential candidate's bizarre remarks at a fundraiser held at the...
The Government's youth contract is "insufficient" to tackle youth unemployment, a group of MPs has said. The Work and Pensions Select Committee acknowledged that the contract was "a good start" but warned it would not be enough on its own, "given the scale of the current problem". The latest official...