Andréa Imbert

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UK defends response to Boko Haram slaughter in Nigeria

Nigerians living in the UK can be proud of the level of British support for Nigeria in its fight against the terrorist group Boko Haram, the Foreign Office minister Hugo Swire has said, while ruling out sending British troops to the country.<p>Responding to an urgent question in the House of Commons …

David Cameron supports Charlie Hebdo cover that depicts Muhammad

Prime minister says he is not surprised at magazine’s decision to ‘fight for freedom of expression’ by picturing prophet

This is a critical moment for the destinies of Britain and Europe

Far-Right populism risks damaging the unity on show since the Paris shootings<p>Charlie Who? With the banners furled and the four million marchers dispersed, the legacy of the savage attacks in Paris remains unclear. The memorial edition of Charlie Hebdo, which reaches the UK today, features a cartoon …

David Cameron 'endangering special relationship with America' by not protecting defence spending

Sir Anthony Dymock, the UK's defence attaché in Washington DC, and former British ambassadors tell The Telegraph failure to keep Nato spending pledge will 'piss off' US<p>David Cameron will damage Britain's special relationship with America if he fails to keep defence spending above 2 per cent of GDP, …

A war on democracy: How statutory instruments replaced acts of parliament

<b>By Jane Fae</b><p>What does female ejaculation have in common with new rules on voter registration? And why does the answer to that question make the …

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Charlie Hebdo massacre: Will Marine Le Pen destroy fragile France?

The French people have shown solidarity in the face of the brutal attacks which, last week, rocked their nation. But how long can it last? And, asks Cathy Newman, surely the faultlines will only widen if far-right politician Marine Le Pen gets her way?<p>"A fair field full of folk…of all manner of …