Will the UK Independence Party pull the Tories to the right, or fracture the nation’s conservatives?
As Thatcher said: "If they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left."
The small island nation is the latest victim of the floundering single currency. Also read: Eurozone Chief: Cyprus Bank Account Raids are Just the Beginning
The president is playing the "anti-imperialist" game.
His moderation may be his — and the UK economy's — undoing.
Brits take the scandal harder than mainland Europe; the usual suspects blame capitalism.
Several videos posted online show gangs terrorizing random pedestrians.
He’s new to you, but my fellow Brit has been a craven opportunist for decades.
A carefully timed statement.
Obama has ended the most divisive presidency in modern history with the most divisive campaign of the modern era. Also read: ‘The most important election since 1860′
While the bias and spin is even worse across the pond, Mitt Romney has some vocal cheerleaders there.
This is the chance to bypass the Obama-friendly media.
A predictable fate for the false prophet of "openness."
London is celebrating, yet collectively holding its breath. (See also "Romney's Rookie Mistake in London")
Did someone say $800 trillion?
Americans, take note: Europe's "burning building with no exits" is where a second Obama term would lead.
The wife of Britain's new D.C. ambassador is the sister of a convicted Democratic mega-fundraiser. Also read: Euro Deal Leaves Britain in Splendid Isolation
The leadership of the Church of England are making fools of themselves in supporting Occupy London.
The pro-America, pro-Israel, free-market, climate change skeptic pol gets caught in a scandal.
The crude, inaccurate weapons of the NATO-backed rebels are killing civilians.
Britain's political left just can't wait to justify violence, destruction, and degradation.
All the hypocrisy in the world can't destroy his media empire. Also read Mike's latest about the BBC and the phone hacking scandal at the Tatler.
The intervention in Libya is the half-blood child of multilateralism, an intervention driven in part by genuine humanitarian concerns and in part by naked self-interest.
Moderate feminists should open their eyes as to just how far women’s rights have slipped down the left’s traditional pecking order of causes.