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Former schoolteacher permanently struck off the UK’s teaching register will lead the BNP
Following Nick Griffin’s decision to step aside from his position as head of the controversial British National Party (BNP), recently appointed deputy head, Adam Walker, has accepted the role of Acting Chairman.

21.07.2014 18:52

​Strange days ahead: Turkey's presidential elections 2014
Ever since the Republic of Turkey introduced multi-party elections in 1946/50, the country has been hailed as a nation possessing a Muslim population yet also a functioning and vibrant democracy.

18.07.2014 13:45

Bill to ban MPs from adverts, product placement
A Lower House MP is readying a bill that would ban his colleagues using social network accounts for advertising and product placement, saying that this could be considered as abuse of voters’ trust.

17.07.2014 09:07

Recession hits youth hardest - report
​Young Britons were struck far harder by the recession than older generations and have found it more difficult to secure work and housing, a report has found.

15.07.2014 10:57

‘World’s first bitcoin only’ candidate runs for Swedish parliament
While a number of politicians around the world have embraced the most popular digital cryptocurrency for fundraising, a candidate for the Swedish parliament takes it a step further and says he accepts nothing but bitcoins for his campaign.

13.07.2014 07:29

Russian lawmakers to get own ‘professional’ social network
State Duma MPs have begun work on a professional social network that would unite about quarter of a million Russian legislators of all levels as well as specially invited experts.

10.07.2014 07:21

​Key union leader urges Labour Party to adopt EU referendum pledge
Labour's biggest union backer Unite is urging the party to match the Conservatives' pledge to offer an in/out referendum on Europe.

02.07.2014 16:44

Jeb Bush catching up with Hillary Clinton in presidential polls
Hillary Clinton may still be leading potential Republican rivals Jeb Bush and Rand Paul in polling for the 2016 presidential election, but a new poll shows her advantage is shrinking considerably.

30.06.2014 18:54

​'Defeated' Cameron congratulates Juncker on EC win, says it's not a 'fatal blow'
British Prime Minister David Cameron faced “utter humiliation” on Monday as he was forced to congratulate Jean Claude Juncker on his win as European Commission president – despite fiercely opposing his nomination for almost two months.

30.06.2014 18:40

Syria: Setting up effective work on the ground
The most positive news for days has come from Syria – a large-scale and unprecedented international operation for the removal of all the components of Syrian chemical weapons has been successfully completed.

26.06.2014 11:22

Most Moscow legislators forgo state salary for private income
Moscow city parliament has passed a bill allowing ordinary deputies to work for free, but keep their previous jobs and businesses.

25.06.2014 14:41

Two-thirds of Russians want Putin to remain president after 2018
Sixty-six percent of Russian citizens want Vladimir Putin to continue at his presidential post for the next term, the latest opinion poll shows. The respondents especially praised his efforts in foreign policy and in strengthening Russian military.

25.06.2014 10:03

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