The one-time Labour leadership hopeful argues that EU membership strengthens Britain’s security and its influence on the wider stage
The International Rescue Committee chief has warned the situation is 'on the verge of becoming desperate'
“In Aleppo, we are already dead,” explained a Syrian landing on the Greek island of Lesbos recently, when asked what had driven him to make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean from Turkey
David said it was particularly 'tough' to lose 'when it's your brother...'
To become Prime Minister, it's not even good enough to say and do the right things. As Tony Blair proved, you have to brim with energy and determination
There are growing concerns surrounding the suitability of Sunderland's new sponsor, Invest in Africa, amid claims from the oil watchdog Platform that the initiative's founding partner, Tullow Oil, is responsible for damaging business practices.
Tullow spokesman says Invest in Africa 'not a front' as NGOs question club's new partnership
Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour Party, grew up in a family of left-wing intellectuals.
Six months remain before London hosts the 30th Olympiad. By Tom Peck
With just six months left until the opening ceremony, London 2012 has suddenly started to seem alarmingly close.
Former Chancellor's memoirs claim economic rift with PM stripped Labour Party of its credibility. Nigel Morris reports
Ed Miliband won the first round of his battle to modernise Labour's traditional practices last night when the party's MPs voted overwhelmingly to allow him to choose his own Shadow Cabinet.
Ed Miliband will attempt to fight back against his internal Labour critics today by unveiling new policies demanding more "responsibility" from the highest paid people and welfare claimants.
Just as MPs are starting to dissent about Ed Miliband's leadership, a new biography suggests his fallout with his brother will be more damaging than the Blair-Brown conflict
Those close to the former foreign secretary say he is waiting for the Labour leader to fail
Just days after reavowing his commitment to non-commitment by saying stable families were more important than the institution of marriage, Ed Miliband wed his long-term partner Justine Thornton yesterday in a low-key civil ceremony.