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Conservatives feel the need for renewal

World By ANTONIA FILMER

Activists are now looking to the backbenches for a challenger to the stale state of Conservatism.

13 August, 2017
Qatar, London property, overseas investors, transport links, tourism, Europe, Liam Fox

Qatar is largest owner of London property

World By ANTONIA FILMER

London belongs to everyone, including many overseas investors.

5 August, 2017
Illegal migration, refugees, migrants, Europe, Mediterranean, Libya, Italy

Illegal migration swamps Italy’s agricultural south

World By ANTONIA FILMER

Between January 2015 and January 2017, it is estimated that 428,635 refugees and migrants arrived in Europe.

30 July, 2017
Doklam, Doklam Plateau, Bhutanese territory, China, Bhutan, Chinese territory, India

‘Beijing’s Doklam propaganda offensive has reduced room for diplomacy’

World By AREEBA FALAK

‘Doklam, or Doklam Plateau, is a Bhutanese territory and has been such for many decades.’

30 July, 2017
Theresa May, Taylor Review, Matthew Taylor, Summer Drinks Party, EU, Dan Hannan

A storm is brewing for Theresa May

World By ANTONIA FILMER

May is no longer strong and stable, it only requires three MPs to lose a byelection or the whip and the PM no longer has a majority.

16 July, 2017
Tokyo election, Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly, sub-national election, Japan, Yuriko Koike

All eyes on Koike in Tokyo election

World By SUNIL CHACKO

Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly controls a budget of $70 billion, which is larger than budget of most nations.

8 July, 2017
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Middle East, President Trump, Ministry of Defence, Egypt, Emir, Tameem bin Hamad al Thani, Doha

‘Saudi Arabia, Qatar vie for supremacy in Middle East’

World By ANTONIA FILMER

‘Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia appears to have been emboldened by President Trump to stamp on Qatari pretensions once and for all.’

8 July, 2017
Theresa May, Tory Party, Jeremy Corbyn, Parliament, Westminster, UK, Sir Mick Davis

Corbyn woos the young, while May is secure until spring 2018

World By ANTONIA FILMER

Corbyn charmed the young crowd at Glastonbury with promises of abolishing tuition fees.

1 July, 2017
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