Voices

Francis has already used the symbolic power of his office to change attitudes

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Fawning in the Commons, doghouse at home

In an admittedly competitive field, the award for the most unctuous Commons question on the Commonwealth Summit should probably go to the Tory backbencher Michael Ellis.

Residents gather amongst the devastation in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.

We came to Warsaw but we did not conquer: These climate change talks are not fit for purpose

Future generations will ask how we did so little to mitigate global warming

Forget the environment, climate change is now about people

And the politics of it are about to get very, very messy

Jason Day has suffered tragedy from the Philippines typhoon

Typhoon Haiyan: Jason Day learns eight relatives died in the Philippines tragedy, but will compete in event in Melbourne this week

Australia's Jason Day will compete in this week's World Cup in Melbourne despite learning that eight relatives, including his grandmother, have died in Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

HMS Daring arrives at Cebu island to join Philippines relief effort

British warship will take aid to previously unassisted remote islands and villages

Typhoon Haiyan: Family fears for British man, his Filipino partner and their daughter in Tacloban

A Briton, his Filipino partner and their three-year-old daughter are feared to have been killed when Typhoon Haiyan tore through the city of Tacloban.

Typhoon Haiyan: RAF plane packed with aid relief departs for devastated Philippines

A transport plane filled with heavy duty vehicles and medical supplies has left an RAF base as part of Britain's response to the disaster

Survivors wait to be airlifted to Manila
The HMS Illustrious will head to the Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan aftermath: HMS Illustrious to help in Philippines aid effort, says David Cameron

The British Navy will send the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious to help with the relief effort following Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines last week.

Baby girl is born at a Tacoblan evacuation centre

Video: Filipino evacuation centre becomes a delivery room

A woman delivers her eighth child at an evacuation centre as her anxious father watches on.

Children who survived Typhoon Haiyan play on top of the ruins of their destroyed primary school in Guiuan, Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan: Four million children without food or water in Philippines as aid effort struggles

There is a desperate need for food, water and medicine in the aftermath of the disaster

Typhoon Haiyan: Eight crushed in collapse after survivors loot Philippines rice factory

Desperate survivors in the Philippines looted shops and dug up water pipes in a bid to find food, medicine and water

A US Marine and members of the Philippine Armed Forces help displaced civilians

Scant relief: China has pledged only £125,000 to help the Philippines recover from Super Typhoon Haiyan

Richard Hall examines the reasons for the world's second-largest economy's woeful aid donation

What would I say?: A Facebook App that generates statuses so you don’t have to

New game takes inspiration from your old statuses – and was invented ‘just for fun’ at a US hacking summit

A woman weeps as she carries a child to a military aircraft to evacuate the area which has been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan: The scale of this catastrophe was preventable

You cannot stop a storm, but you can avert a disaster – this one, in part, was man-made

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Smash hit go under the hammer

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