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7 Sep 2012
crisis | Debt | default | EURO | Eurozone | Greece | Greek | Politics | Economic policy | Government | Europe | Eurozone crisis | Leadership | Finance | International | Economy
Greece’s economic woes have been at the forefront of the Eurozone debt crisis over the last few years. It has received bailout packages in the form of...
30 Apr 2012
Boris Johnson | cities | Democracy | Devolution | elections | Ken Livingstone | local government | London | Mayor | Politics | Politics | Local government
In many towns and cities throughout the world, mayors are directly elected by the citizens, with varying but often considerable power to govern locally on...
5 Apr 2016
Britain | EU | EUROPEAN UNION | foreign policy | Global politics | influence | International Relations | Politics | security | Trade | Europe | Leadership | International
The EU referendum taking place in the UK may not be fought on the UK’s place in the world but it is certainly one of the central issues. Before the end...
1 Mar 2016
Britain in Europe | David Cameron | EU referendum | EU renegotiation | Politics | Europe | Voting | International
On the 23rd of June 2016 the United Kingdom will hold a referendum on its membership of the European Union. It will be the first such referendum in the UK...
27 Nov 2015
Civil War | Daesh | Defence | Iraq | Islamic State | National Security | Politics | Syria | terrorism | Terrorism
Wars fought in some far away land are typically unpopular. One such far away war currently being fought by a variety of powers, particularly the United States...
18 Sep 2015
centerist | Jeremy Corbyn | Labour party | Left wing | Politics | UK politics | winning elections | Leadership | Political philosophy | Philosophy
Labour, together with the Conservatives one of the two parties that dominate UK politics, is traditionally a left of centre party but has, since the mid 1990s...
This House would offer increased aid to developing world countries that encourage and accept large influxes of immigrants
21 Aug 2015
aid | asylum | EUROPEAN UNION | Migration | Politics | refugees | Politics General | Immigration | Minorities | Society
Immigration is an increasingly divisive topic in the European Union as there has been a rapid increase in the numbers of migrants, both economic migrants and...
3 May 2015
This House would create a UN rapid reaction force to intervene in the early stages of civil wars and ethnic clensing
1 May 2015
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