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For the chieftains of the Republican Party, Campaign 2016 has hardly gone to script. A loud-mouthed billionaire encouraged by his poll numbers to believe he can insult his way to the White House has up
Plans to introduce "English votes for English laws" for MPs have been voted through in the House of Commons. The government won the backing of MPs by 312 to 270 votes. A series of amendments by Lib Dem
By David Weigel David Weigel National reporter covering politics Email Bio Follow Nothing becomes a politician quite like an embarrassing defeat. When former Texas governor Rick Perry and Wisconsin Gov.
Lord Judge was responding to comments by the ECHR's president Claims the European Court of Human Rights can set law on social matters threatens Parliamentary sovereignty, a former lord chief justice has
As the UK Supreme Court Blog points out, our highest court of appeal has updated the "frequently asked questions section" of its website. Of particular interest are the answers to two questions. The first
Former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton campaigns in the key states on her quest to become the Democratic nominee for president. The former secretary of state, senator and first lady is the Democratic
By Christopher Ingraham Christopher Ingraham Reporter covering all things data Email Bio Follow John Boehner was elected House majority leader in 2006 after 15 years in Congress. And if you had told someone,
By Chris Cillizza Chris Cillizza Bio The stunning decision by House Speaker John Boehner to resign from office in October is a sign of not only his inability to lead a congressional party riven between
By Mike DeBonis and Mike DeBonis Congressional reporter covering the House of Representatives Email Bio Follow Paul Kane Paul Kane Senior congressional correspondent and columnist Email Bio Follow This
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The last time I was here - at the party conference in Doncaster - I was surrounded by jubilant UKIP supporters. Some were waving flags and whooping their leader Nigel Farage out of the auditorium. Others
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Britain long had a cult of the Magna Carta and Bill of Rights, yet conservatives now deem any interest in a UK constitution unpatriotic Getting one's history wrong, it has been said, is part of being nation.