'I am hearing the problem with the count is more significant than was first let on. The computer which counts the votes has apparently allocated them to the wrong party'
Like the Indignados movement, protestors gathering in Paris feel excluded from mainstream politics. Becoming a part of the establishment won't help them meet their demands
After her party’s electoral triumph, Aung San Suu Kyi has almost got the power she wants
The Labour leader claims the Government is 'skewing economic life' to funnel wealth 'towards the [richest] one per cent and away from working people'
In my 10-year career, it's never been so dangerous to operate in a country where unauthorised raids, arrests and disappearances have become routine
Ministers have used statutory instrument procedure to try and introduce new laws without debate in the Commons
Curb on local authorities' right to divest from companies they regard as unethical could be slipped through Parliament
It is precisely because the powerful find openness irritating and inconvenient that the rules need to be kept up to date
We must assume things will get worse before they get better
Sir Richard also hit out at the commemorative Lord Kitchener coin
The latest attempt to make a citizen's arrest on Tony Blair is saluted by campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was beaten unconscious in his attempt to apprehend President Mugabe
Members of India's ruling Congress party erupted in rapturous applause today for Rahul Gandhi, heir to the country's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, who is leading the struggling party's campaign in a general election in May.
The Education Secretary's ability to brush aside the past work of so many is worrying as well as sad
The pressures on young people today are immense, and few if any have a 'masterplan'
One of the Conservatives’ few female MPs in the North of England is facing a damaging second reselection battle amid an outbreak of infighting.
With pressure mounting and even President Thein Sein urging people to do the right thing, Burma’s favourite daughter may be closer than ever to wresting control from the army in her home country