How the Daily Mail reported Jeffrey Spector’s final meal with his family.
A recent ombudsman's report suggests that most people are more concerned with end-of-life care than the right to end their lives.
Not a smile to be had.
David Cameron and his government will have to be masters of tactics to get through this parliament. They're already correcting their course.
Legal folly and un-Conservative.
Cameron backs down on plans to cut ties with Europe to avoid a backbench revolt -- but this isn't over.
Carly Fiorina thinks otherwise.
Is leadership innate? Traditional studies like to suggest it is, but context matters.
An historic handshake.
Chris Bellew Fennell Photography/EPA
Prince Charles' handshake with Gerry Adams was a momentous occasion for many reasons.
Aflame with controversy.
UKIP will rise (and possibly fall) on Farage's "personality cult".
You are now entering the Democratic People’s Republic of Manchester.
Northern cities want greater independence but it might come at a price.
The EU is asking member states to take just a few thousand refugees each.
How Europe's resettlement plan breaks down in numbers.
Forward in defence of the Patagonian toothfish!
The Prince has views on defence procurement, badger culling and the Patagonian toothfish. Should we care?
A member of the European Parliament expresses his frustration.
The UK is refusing to take just 2,000 refugees to help tackle the crisis in the Mediterranean. And it puts the EU on a knife edge.
The SNP’s Mhairi Black becomes the youngest member of parliament.
More women and a great ethnic mix but parliament still doesn't fully reflect the British public.
This Conservative Party leaflet kills three birds with one stone and is a classic example of Lynton Crosby’s campaign strategy.
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The British Conservative government’s re-election is the latest and perhaps most startling electoral triumph for Australian political strategist Lynton Crosby. So how did he do it?
Too often, we think of "democracy" as what happens during an election campaign – but it goes much deeper than that.
London, the morning after the election.
The British election has come and gone, and the results have confounded the expectations of most pollsters. Words such as “historic,” “extraordinary” and “political earthquake” have been used to describe…
He’s going to need some backup.
Top dogs held over, old debts repaid, Boris pending – Cameron's fantasy cabinet covers all the bases.
And the contenders for Labour leader are…
Three parties must now choose new leaders. Labour has a number of candidates jockeying for position.
Celebrating the DUP’s wins with Peter Robinson.
Some people's dreams just came true in Northern Ireland – but did the UK-wide result shatter them?
He’s out, but who is in?
Names are already flying, but rushing an appointment would be a big mistake.
Five more years: David Cameron returns to Number 10 Downing Street.
A stunning surprise put the Conservatives back in power with no need for a coalition, while the Scottish nationalists stormed to victory north of the border. What now?
Who has taken a seat?
The Conversation's hot seats series looked at the key marginals. Our panel of experts take a look at the results.