Regular readers will recall my articles about overseas pensioners and the anger felt by around half a million of them who have had their state pensions frozen.
We were plunged into the torrid turmoil of the Heath years
Government and rebel leaders in South Sudan have signed a ceasefire – the first step towards peace in the country after five weeks of violence in which more than 1,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands forced from their homes.
BAE Systems boss Ian King today defended the Eurofighter Typhoon after talks with the United Arab Emirates over a £6 billion order collapsed last month.
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.
This being France, the President escaped close inspection of his private life at a long-awaited press conference. Instead, he talked about his plan to slash state spending. John Lichfield reports from the Elysee Palace
Nadhim Zahawi says 'massive, irreversible damage' is being caused
Man's brothers also sentenced to life in prison
Negotiators meet in Ethiopia as UN calls for end to fighting during which more than 1,000 people have been killed
Is it possible to travel the world and actually do some good?
Aussie Angle: Mitchell Johnson’s job, in the words of Jeff Thomson, is to ‘run in and let it go whang’
An anti-government protester has been killed and two injured in a gun attack in the Thai capital Bangkok.
'I said to Mandela the two most famous people in South Africa are also famous for their height,' Matlala once recalled
Address to the nation by President Jacob Zuma on the death of former President Nelson Mandela, 5 December 2013.
One in four of us gets a kicking from some sort of mental illness at some point
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement should have good news on the deficit and employment – even if the national debt remains disturbingly high