He might not be the first truly post-racial president after all — but Obama is arguably the first postmodern humourist to hold the office
President reiterates his plea for European NATO allies to increase their defence spending
TTIP proponents have long argued that the NHS will not be affected by the deal. But the fact is that the UK’s healthcare services are, and always have been, on the negotiating table
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Obama described national laws and protections as “regulatory and bureaucratic irritants and blockages to trade.”
The former DWP secretary said there was 'no way' Mr Johnson was racist
One month on since US President Barack Obama’s historic visit, Cuba has just held its seventh Communist Party congress
Obama sent 50 US special operations forces to Syria last year in what officials called a 'counterterrorism' mission
Home Secretary makes major foray into EU referendum debate
The US President's use of the word 'queue' sparked some debate
Ms Clinton’s husband, former US president Bill Clinton, has also said he hopes the UK remains part of the economic bloc
The leaders played on the Chandler's Cross course in Herfordshire after visiting The Globe theatre in London
'My primary message is going to be to reject pessimism and cynicism, know that progress is possible and that problems can be solved'
Barack Obama’s intervention in the European Union referendum was more spectacular than many in the In campaign dared to hope for. They will now dare to dream that it might prove a game-changer in the tight referendum race.
US President dismisses Boris Johnson's accusations of 'ancestral dislike' of Britain
The grey skies outside were the only reminder you were still in Britain as the US mounts a special ops takeover of the Foreign Office