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Why isn’t Obama more popular in America?

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By Dan Graham To the majority of the world, it seems ridiculous that the Presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney could be going down to the wire. With such charisma and charm, the Western world adores Mitt Romney. Of course I’m joking! It’s Barack the world loves, but why isn’t his global popularity mirrored in America? […]

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Nicolas Sarkozy’s home raided by French police

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By Simon Farnsworth The home and offices of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy have been raided by French police as part of an investigation into how his campaign for office was financed in 2007. The investigation relates to alleged illegal donations from France’s wealthiest woman, L’Oreal heir, Liliane Bettencourt, to Sarkozy’s UMP party during the […]

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PM wrong not to investigate Jeremy Hunt, says Labour

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By Josh Wells Calls for the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to resign his ministerial office have been made by Labour politicians after Mr Hunt’s appearance in front of the Leveson Inquiry. Labour claim the Cabinet Minister broke ministerial code in his handling of News Corporation’s bid to take control of BskyB. The question then arises: who decides […]

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Race tensions rise during French election

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By Naila Missous  The leader of the National Front party, Marine Le Pen, and Nicolas Sarkozy have reiterated the issue of immigration  during the ongoing election, both using it as a prominent campaign point. The root cause may be pinned down to the desperation of a generation of young French people, ghettoised in dismal suburbs (les banlieues) […]

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French Presidency relies on six million far-right voters

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By Naila Missous As campaigning continues ahead of the May 6 run off for French president, both candidates set out on Monday to court over six million people who voted for the far-right Front National (FN) party in Sunday’s first round. President Nicolas Sarkozy, who had already swung to the right in the campaign, showed off […]

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Protests rage as concerns grow over Bahrain F1 race

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By Simon Farnsworth Anti-government protesters in Bahrain are promising “three days of rage” as the controversial Formula 1 race gets under way today with practice sessions. Last night saw government forces use tear gas and stun grenades in clashes with anti-government demonstrators in villages around the capital, Manama. Concerns over the safety of the F1 teams have […]

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Will drugs be decriminalised in Australia?

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By Alex Jones, Melbourne Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has clashed with her Foreign Minister Bob Carr over the decriminalising of drugs. The clash comes following a report by a leading think tank in Australia which claimed the war on drugs had been lost and  the tough law-and-order approach being used was doing more harm […]

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The Morning Briefing

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By Alex Jones BUDGET 2012: The coalition is under fire over the removal of tax allowances from pensioners. HRMC states this will lead to 4.4m pensioners being an average £83 a year worse off. TOULOUSE SHOOTINGS: The siege of a gunman’s apartment suspected of killing seven people in southern France is nearing its end according to the police. […]

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The hidden success of Occupy London

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Matt Allison looks in to what Occupy London has taught us. This Tuesday saw Occupy London cleared largely without violence in the middle of the night. Eye reports suggest that resistance was at a minimum, with only 20 arrests made at the camp which has been stationed outside St Pauls Cathedral since October 15 . It appears […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: December

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith     Cameron vetoes changes to EU treaty David Cameron took the bold move to veto the proposed treaty changes to the current EU system. The full consequences both in Europe and the UK are yet to be felt. Cameron’s decision created a lot […]

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