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Opinion  /  Published 31.05.20

Past connection

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? The Covid-19 crisis is a mirror held up to each nation. Some, like Jacinda Ardern’s New Zealand, look very fair. Many have celebrated an u...
By Timothy Garton Ash in

World  /  Published 14.01.20

UK, France & Germany warn Iran, threaten curbs

Britain, France and Germany on Tuesday formally accused Iran of breaking the 2015 agreement that limited its nuclear programme, taking the first step toward reimposing further UN sanctions.The Europea...
By Steven Erlanger/New York Times News Service in Brussels

People  /  Published 02.02.19

Digital media can’t replace the glossy, says a Coleridge

Nicholas Coleridge got engaged to his girlfriend, who is now his wife, at Tolly Club when he was visiting Calcutta in the eighties. The club suggested that on that special evening the young couple cou...
By Chandrima S. Bhattacharya in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 27.01.19

Referendums subvert representative democracy

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By Mukul Kesavan in

World  /  Published 23.01.19

What a no-deal Brexit could mean for the UK

Businesses in Britain and the European Union need to prepare for the possibility the UK will leave the bloc in March without an exit deal, senior British and EU officials warned on Wednesday, as a gro...
By AP in London

Opinion  /  Published 22.12.19

Keep marching

“History to the defeated/ May say Alas but cannot help or pardon.” W.H. Auden’s lines from the Spanish Civil War now apply to us, the British Europeans. We fought to keep our country in the Euro...
By Timothy Garton Ash in

World  /  Published 14.12.18

Brexit deal: Romania seeks to encourage May

Romania's President has struck an optimistic note about the Brexit deal as his country prepares to take over the rotating presidency of the European Union for the first time.Despite fierce opposition ...
By AP in

World  /  Published 12.12.18

With everything she’s got, May fights

It was like a scene from Julius Caesar with plotters meeting in the dark corners and crevices of the House of Commons to decide how to stab Theresa May and replace her as Prime Minister with a hardlin...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 23.10.19

Hong Kong scraps law that sparked protests

Hong Kong’s legislature on Wednesday formally withdrew planned legislation that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China, but the move was unlikely to end months of unrest as it met just on...
By Reuters in Hong Kong

World  /  Published 06.12.19

Sikh couple win UK adoption battle

A Sikh couple who were told they could not adopt white children because of their Indian heritage won £120,000 in damages on Friday after suing the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council for ...
By Amit Roy in London


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