Brinkmanship is back.
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As tensions run high over Russia's gas supplies to the Ukraine, and by extension parts of Europe, the reality for the EU is less than perfect: it will need Russian gas for the foreseeable future.
The dress that broke the internet – but what colour is it?
True or not, Mohammed Emwazi's harassment claims are a lesson in unintended consequences.
Ed Miliband’s pledge to lower tuition fees from £9,000 to £6,000 has been met with alarm by university vice chancellors.
The Future of the BBC report was right on a number of counts. The public broadcaster would do well to take heed.
A march is planned for February 28 in a city with a long history of tolerance.
The United Kingdom's second city will finally take control of its own health, but it's a risky venture.
The chytrid fungal disease that has ravaged amphibians worldwide has reached Madagascar. But it's possible this could be a blessing in disguise.
As she plans her 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton is getting embroiled in the sort of influence-peddling fiasco that has dogged philanthropists for decades.
The TV documentaries Benefits Street and Immigration Street have left long-term damage – in more ways than one.
Decades of patronage politics have left Bradford's Labour party terminally complacent.
New discovery is evidence of trade with continental Europe.
The president of Bolivia styles himself as a champion of his indigenous peoples. In reality, he has turned his back on them and aligned himself with the colonial elites.
As the Democratic Republic of Congo seeks justice for one of its most notorious massacres, it's also preparing to engage Rwandan fighters once again.
The army of teaching assistants working in English schools still have an unclear role in the classroom.
European survey shows escalating cybercrime and serious problems across the continent - not least for the UK, which tops several of the tables it would much rather not.
A novel molecule has been used to target stem cells to damaged tissues within the body.
We can’t expect young people to come home if we treat them like criminals when they get here.
We dump more plastic into the ocean each year than we've been able to find. New research says much of it is lurking just below the waves.
In the rush to reduce headline figures, ethics and common sense went out the window.
When military aircraft fly invisible to civilian flights it could represent a disaster waiting to happen.
The report on Jimmy Savile's abuses in the NHS is eerily reminiscent of a 90-year-old case.
On February 26, 200 years ago, Napoleon escaped from exile on the island of Elba. In some ways, this moment was more important than his eventual fall.
With the Bank of England mooting the idea it might get involved with digital currencies, you might think it was good news for Bitcoin.
The most interesting thing to come out of the awards was Madonna's tumble – and this says a lot.
The health service has a long history both of abuse and the failure to do anything about it.