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For as long as there has been organised government, there has been satire. From Aristophanes to Steve Bell, power has been mocked: it is a mark of the spirit of freedom.
The Pakistani government has suspended plans to execute a man who was convicted at the age of 14 after being tortured and wrongly tried in an anti-terrorism court.
Four peaceful protesters have this morning been arrested inside the RAF Waddington base in Lincolnshire while protesting against the use of armed drones.
Senior United Nations officials want urgent action to protect migrants at sea following recent incidents in the Mediterranean
The government is facing calls for the publication of the Chilcot report into the war in Iraq as a matter of urgency before the general election on 7 May 2015.
What happens when nobody has the moral strength for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
As we enter an election year perhaps the real issues may be smuggled onto our television screens via comedy and entertainment, whilst the news media which is supposed to inform us simply keeps the debate within certain parameters.
Commuters on the UK’s privatised railways could be spending over twice as much of their salary than passengers on publicly-owned European railways.
PRIME (Policy Research in Macroeconomics) have published an online booklet which really ought to be required reading in an election year, both by politicians and by prospective voters.
The real value of the average full-time wage fell by £487 in 2014, new Trades Union Congress analysis has revealed.