Chancellor Merkel was happy to talk about Turkey. Happy to talk about Syria. But Brexit? No
The police made ‘several attempts’ to explain they were legitimate officers
We use childhood experiences to understand the behavioural problems of our own citizens, so why do we not expand our compassion to young and traumatised refugees?
Showing support for the victims of the Nice attack is not synonymous with supporting French foreign policy. It is synonymous with supporting the victims of the Ramadan attacks in Baghdad, Medina and Dhaka. They were all killed by the same terrorist ideology
Suspect is said to be a 17-year-old originally from Afghanistan
The UK hosts 169,000 refugees - less than one per cent of the world's total
The 18-year-old's terrifying ordeal emerged as a parliamentary inquiry contnues into the mob attacks on women in Germany on New Year's Eve
Five class heads made decision to leave after school refused to make pupil go home
'Nobody wants to put themselves in the kind of mess the British have', says Professor Marlene Wind
'In the past there were cases where women were raped but the perpetrators couldn't be punished,' says German minister for women, Manuela Schwesig
DNA tests 'unequivocally' show bones are those of missing child
The European Food Safety authority calls the chemical found in the chocolate as 'likely carcinogenic and mutagenic'
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'While UK governments have not always been a force for unity in the EU, there is a generation of British citizens who want a future as EU citizens,' says the letter
Around 62 per cent believe Germany should take back control - but 75 per cent still want to remain in the union
Helmut Kohl warns EU leaders to take ‘step back’, and calls for greater respect for regional identities