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2 hrs ago | Le Monde diplomatique
Keeping Europe white! A huge complex of chimneys and pipes greets you across an industrial wasteland as you come ashore from the Dover-Calais ferry.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Is racial profiling justified?
6 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer
DURIING the summer of 1976, singer Junior Murvin hooked up with Lee 'Scratch' Perry to create what became the classic song, Police and Thieves.
10 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Italy's center-left Democratic Party is expected to elect as its leader the charismatic mayor of Florence, Matteo Renzi, an outsider who promises both a chance of renewal and a threat to Prime Minister Enrico Letta 's already fragile coalition.
The budget statement U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne made on Thursday was a reminder of why politics in the mother of parliaments is such good fun.
They are the Jeremiahs who, for the past three years, have been talking down the economy - predicting that the austerity 'cuts' would precipitate a triple-dip recession and misery for millions of people.
British finance minister George Osborne is set to announce a turning point in his battle to fix the country's public finances on Thursday, but falling living standards mean he cannot declare victory.
British Chancellor George Osborne is expected to add 100-150 million pounds to a compensation scheme to shield heavy industry from rising energy bills, responding to claims the sector is crumbling under the weight of green taxes.
British insurers plan to invest 25 billion pounds in transport and energy projects over the next five years, the finance ministry said on Wednesday, a day before it presents a half-yearly economic update.
Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger appeared before a British parliamentary committee to answer questions on how the media organization had handled the publication of National Security Agency documents from former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Britain's biggest energy companies agreed on Monday to limit increases to household bills, giving some relief to Prime Minister David Cameron on an issue that has angered voters and given opponents a potent line of attack before a 2015 election.
Political intervention and regulation are becoming increasingly important in shaping the views of European equity investors, prompting some to ditch banks and utilities and creating opportunities in transport and telecom stocks.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. So the package of measures designed to cut average British household gas and electricity bills by around 50 pounds a year, outlined by Conservative and Liberal Democrat ministers on Sunday, is a compliment to the opposition Labour Party.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 15 points lower, or down 0.2 percent on Monday, according to financial bookmakers.