LONDON: Ever since the military success of the British-led mission to oust Muammar Qadhafi in 2011, David Cameron has recoiled from any overarching definition of his approach to foreign intervention. He has
Published02 Feb, 201311:23pm
LONDON: If history repeats itself, first as tragedy and second as farce — according to Karl Marx — then Lord Armstrong of Ilminster is a fine oracle to consult as David Cameron prepares to announce a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU
Published17 Jan, 201307:21pm
UK DEPUTY prime minister Nick Clegg on Sunday warned the press and Conservative party not to pre-empt or reject the recommendations of the Leveson inquiry into media regulation, indicating he would work with Labour to implement the recommendations so long
Published25 Sep, 201212:00am
LONDON: This was a reshuffle by the Conservative party for the Conservative party, designed to make the party more at ease with itself, and allow it to be seen as a distinctive right of centre ideological force at the next election.
Published06 Sep, 201203:05am