Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
As Britain faces a new housing crisis we can learn from an occasion when tenants banded together to beat their landlord - and won new council housing
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The US Congress is rethinking the broad authority it gave presidents to wage the war on terror after the September 11 2001 attacks.
Almost two-thirds of Europe's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are still afraid to show their sexuality publicly and most feel discriminated against, the EU said today.
Israeli watchdog group Peace Now accused the government on Thursday of taking steps to legalise four unauthorised settlement outposts in the West Bank, just days before US Secretary of State John Kerry (right) arrives on a peace mission.
The Fair Labour Association claimed today that efforts to improve working conditions at Apple's main Chinese manufacturer Foxconn have made progress.
Leading anti-apartheid fighter Ronnie Kasrils hit out at South Africa's police force today.
Retail bosses in the US closed ranks today to back companies that refuse to sign an international pact to improve the conditions of Bangladesh's grossly exploited garment workers.
The UN general assembly called on Wednesday for a political transition in Syria.
US President Barack Obama sacked acting tax chief Steven Miller on Wednesday following revelations that conservative political groups had been targeted when they claimed tax-exempt status.