• General election results live: get the latest updates It is fitting that an abiding image of this general election should be a slab of stone: motionless, flat, uninspiring and etched with platitudes.
How much influence will newspapers have in this election? Less than ever before in print, if circulation figures (above) are anything to go by. Yet paranoia remains. On certain days, newspapers do get
Labour is preparing to fight any attempt by David Cameron to declare victory on Friday as leader of the largest party even if he does not have enough seats to command a majority, senior party sources indicated.
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It is often called the oldest profession in the world – prostitution. Should it be banned or regulated like other businesses? In Europe there are a few countries where it is forbidden, such as Finland
The French lower house has voted to pass a reform of the prostitution law. Politicians voted 268 in favour and 138 against the reform, which would put those seeking to pay for sex at risk of a €1,500 The
LONDON (Reuters) - Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson told a court she had taken cocaine several times including when being subjected to “intimate terrorism” by her millionaire ex-husband Charles Saatchi, the
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s most popular television satirist, Bassem Youssef, who was pulled off the airwaves last month after mocking the army chief, said on Wednesday the move showed the military-backed
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama’s national security adviser, in a sweeping review of global human rights practices, singled out China and Russia for criticism on Wednesday over how they their
VIENNA/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican police have found dangerous radioactive medical material stolen by thieves that the United Nations said could provide an ingredient for a “dirty bomb,” the country’s