What happens next?
In a country that has seen wave after wave of immigrants, UKIP is the latest beneficiary of unease over newcomers
The bank is one of a series of initiatives by Beijing to increase its influence in global finance and expand trade links
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That’s why the Brits have a problem with Brussels
Bad systems convince good people they are doing good even when they are clearly doing the opposite
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As British brewers target women, Canadian companies find beer plays a broader role in our culture
Andrew Coyne on the facile explanations being used to explain the London riots
Andrew Coyne on how the culture of corruption did not just infect Rupert Murdoch’s empire, but much of the British establishment
The U.K. is handing out parking tickets at record levels
After the recent election victory by the Scottish Nationalist Party, a referendum looks likely by 2015
First-past-the-post systems are proving remarkably durable
Should government or the courts draw the line between free speech and the right to privacy?
Cameron right to slam idea to create additional PSE spots for students who can shell out the coin
Economic arguments are, by their nature, complex and abstract. Few more so than the question of whether massive government spending helps or hurts the economy. That’s why there’s been so
PM David Cameron wants to remake Britain. Critics say his plan will end up destroying the United Kingdom.