uk politics

The "Arab Spring" is the most spectacular example of the dispersal of power. Before visiting the region, I was somewhat sceptical of the extravagant claims made about social media's role in the revolutions. But having visited Tunisia and spoken to activists there, I no longer think you can understand what happened without analysing the role that social media played.
PRESS ASSOCIATION - The apparent capture and killing of a British soldier in Afghanistan shows the "high price" being paid
It's that time of year again - skies are blue, birds are singing in the trees and soon politicians will be flaunting their
On June 30 2011 activists held a protest outside the Department of Culture Media and Sport against the takeover of BSkyB
Union leaders have upped the stakes ahead of this afternoon’s crunch talks with the Government over public sector pensions
The Ministry of Defence has been urged by MPs to get a grip of stock control problems which have left it unable to account
Jello Biafra might have a crazy name but he is the voice of sanity when it comes to confronting the increasingly influential cultural boycott against Israel
From the National Theatre's 'War Horse' to the Neil MacGregor's 'A History of the World in 100 Objects', there have been some incredible highlights in the British art calendar over the past year. But it has also been an incredibly challenging year for everyone who cares about British arts and culture.
The Home Secretary has told MPs there will be no formal inquiry into phone-hacking allegations at the News of the World until
Given the Conservatives' blanket opposition to expansion at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, and their conscientiously-crafted