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Francois Hollande became French President (and Europe’s most powerful man) promising to lead a moral regeneration. One year later he is derided as a disaster. What went wrong?
Since a Texan anarchist printed and fired a homemade gun last week, the US government has been desperate to remove the online blueprints. Is this technology beyond control?
The political rumpus about whether the UK should remain in the European Union continues. Obama thinks Britain should ‘fix’ the relationship. But what do ordinary Britons believe?
The Israel-Palestine conflict is one of the most divisive topics in global affairs. Now, the world’s most famous scientist has sided with academics who refuse to deal with the Jewish state.
Joy greeted the escape of three young women held for 10 years as prisoners in an ordinary American neighbourhood. But how could the crime go undiscovered for so long?
Older people have too much influence because they are more likely to vote. To balance this, a powerful think tank has just proposed that the young should be forced to the polls.
Under new government plans, convicts will be deprived of televisions and gym time unless they can ‘earn’ them with good behaviour. Are modern prisons ‘soft’?
The EU ruled yesterday it would ban pesticides that are harming bees by damaging their brains. Should conservation be allowed to trump progress if the science is unclear?
The UK government has announced that the Indian caste system will effectively soon be illegal in Britain. But what of Britain’s own obsession with social class?
A new study says violent crime in the UK declined over the last decade, with similar patterns across the developed world. Why might modern life make us more able to live in harmony?
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a well-liked, amiable, slightly shy scholarship boy with a passion for basketball and wrestling. Today he is America’s most infamous living terrorist. What went wrong?
For the first time in 20 years, Europe’s leaders have lifted sanctions on Burma’s authoritarian government. But bloody riots by Buddhist gangs cast doubt on the country’s future.
Police have decided to drop the case against the 17-year-old whose offensive tweets forced her to resign as the UK’s first youth police commissioner. Does Paris Brown deserve to be vilified?
A new book about happiness and the art of thinking is causing a stir. Our addiction to the ceaseless flood of 24 hour news is as bad for us as sugar. We should give it up.
Young ‘Dreamers’ who live and work in the shadows of the US without legal status may be offered a path to becoming legitimate members of society. It’s a rare moment of political agreement.
The Boston Marathon’s jubilant atmosphere turned to tragedy this week after blasts left at least three dead. Meanwhile in Iraq, over 30 people were killed. Which deserved more attention?
London’s streets fall silent today for the long procession, religious service and eulogies for Margaret Thatcher. Why do we mark the death of some individuals with such ceremony?
When reporter John Sweeney used a group of students as cover for his film on North Korea, he put their lives in danger. Last night, the programme was screened – was it worth the risk?
This week major changes to the British welfare system begin. Supporters say people must be encouraged into work that pays. Critics say deprived communities will be ground down.
Madonna has raised millions of dollars in aid of Malawi’s children. But this week, the African nation greeted her with a bruising attack. Are philanthropic celebrities really doing good?