We live in a very Tory country right now, with opposition outsourced to the media by a disorganised Labour front bench
The video was accused of being anti-semitic
His next biggest payment was for flights on his personal 757 jet
Former Secretary of State deftly dispelled questions about her political skills that have festered over the summer
The former Secretary of State may have the most to win – and to lose
Elle UK shows the extent men dominate governments, committees and TV shows
Mr Obama’s comments pave way for Ms Clinton’s rivals to attack her judgement on her email habits while Secretary of State
'We need to make every politician who sides with them to look into the eyes of parents whose children have been murdered and explain why they listen to the gun lobbyists instead'
The GOP’s flavour of the month is starting to look like a White House contender. But her Wall Street past may yet foil her
Ms Clinton expressed surprise at recent polls that suggest a majority of Americans find her mother dishonest or untrustworthy
David said it was particularly 'tough' to lose 'when it's your brother...'
My tally is in my head rather than on my laptop. Not being a high-flying politician, I guess my enemies are fewer and easier to remember than hers are.
Inez McCormack was a Belfast Protestant who left behind her family's unionist background to become a lifelong activist in the fields of civil rights, human rights, women's rights and fair employment. A rare bird in Northern Ireland terms, she rose to become a trade union leader in a highly male-dominated scene. Often the sole woman on boards and committees, she once remarked drily, "there is no fun in being the first woman on anything."
More than one month after winning a second term, President Barack Obama was last night due to unveil his first move in what will be a wide-ranging reshuffle of his top advisers and cabinet members, formally nominating Senator John Kerry to be America’s next Secretary of State.
Was it illness, an assassination attempt...or simply political brinkmanship?
Routes to Afghanistan can be used again after US statement on killing of 24 soldiers in air strike