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The UK coalition government is under its most acute strain since the partnership of unlikely allies was formed in 2010, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has acknowledged as he confirmed his cherished hope of reforming the House of Lords has been doomed by opposition from his own colleagues.
Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats – the junior More >
“That this senseless act of violence should be targeted at a place of religious worship is particularly painful,” said Singh, who is a member of the Sikh faith.
He said he hoped the More >
Israeli soldiers have shot dead one Palestinian and wounded two others early Monday at a checkpoint near East Jerusalem, Palestinian medical and security sources say.
The victim, 40-year-old Akram Dair from a village in the West Bank near Ramallah, was driving in a car with two other Palestinians when border guards opened fire on them, the More >
THERE has been another war graves attack at a cemetery in Libya which contains the remains of Australian soldiers.
Authorities say a headstone has been damaged and temporary markers removed from some graves at the Commonwealth War Cemetery in Benghazi.
“The nationality of the individual buried beneath the headstone that was damaged is not yet More >
PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has heaped blame for rapidly rising electricity prices onto state governments and says they should be doing more to help families who are struggling to cope.
NSW‘s pricing regulator announced earlier this week that average annual household electricity bills would rise by up to $427 from July 1.
It’s the same day the More >
Politicians from all parties have always as a relationship with the media and it is no secret that different tabloid newspapers either support Conservative, Labour or Liberal Democrat. In a democracy there are no problems with that, newspaper are run by human beings and they have a right to support whichever party they believe have the best More >
BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron last night dismissed claims that his party made covert deals with Rupert Murdoch’s media empire as he faced a grilling at Britain’s media ethics inquiry.
In eagerly awaited testimony to the Leveson inquiry, Mr Cameron admitted, however, that British politicians had become too close to newspapers and said that More >