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The Green Party has dismissed Euro-zone crisis proposals as short-sighted, economically unsustainable and an attack on European democracy.
A leading UK campaign for democracy, rights and freedoms has welcomed the launch of a government commission to investigate the West Lothian Question.
Facebook is facing massive pressure from campaigners, civil liberties activists and journalists tonight after suspending a series of UK 'political' accounts.
“Are you for King or for Parliament?” I was taught at a tender age to ask the burning question of mid 17th century England as a means of assessing an individual's take on society. It seems apposite once again.
Discussion is needed on the prospects of secular polity in the Middle East, historian Professor Simon Schama has said in a public lecture at Cambridge University.
Egypt faces ‘a moment of opportunity and danger,’ according to British politician, Lord Paul Boateng.
Republic has condemned government plans to increase secrecy surrounding the royal family by amending the Freedom of Information Act.
Aung San Suu Kyi wants to see a peaceful revolution in Burma, but she and her supporters are trying to judge the situation carefully as they act for change.
Democracy and penal reform campaigners have warmly welcomed the news that thousands of prisoners in the UK are to get the right to vote.