The prospect of an organised leadership challenge against Jeremy Corbyn has receded following better-than-forecast local election results.
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Austria’s social democrat Chancellor Werner Faymann has unexpectedly resigned following his party’s heavy losses in last month’s presidential election.
Political protests on the streets of Brazil were growing amid moves to proceed with the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.
Of course the economy is important. So is the health service, education, our trade figures, immigration and many of the other issues debated in the run up to the European …
A glimmer of hope for the British steel industry emerged with indications that Tata might retain its Port Talbot plant amid improving prospects for the UK business.
Labour leaders are braced for historically poor local election results in the first national test under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
Greece is heading for another knife-edged crunch with international creditors which could threaten its economic survival and raise fresh questions over the stability of the eurozone.
Supporters of Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff have pledged a campaign of “democratic resistance” if next month’s vote on her impeachment leads to her removal from office.
American President Barack Obama intervened in the UK referendum on European Union membership with a hint at punitive action if Brexit wins the day, saying that Britain would have to …
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have begun preparations for a defensive stand-off against an expected right-wing coup after the local and devolved elections next month.
Hundreds of thousands of workers, from teachers to the building industry, have been affected by a stealth tax which was not announced in George Osborne’s Budet
The fate of the British steel industry is teetering in the balance after India-based Tata announced it is pulling out of all its UK operations, including Port Talbot.
A study into the widening gap been affluence and poverty in Britain reveals that there are very few radical ideas among political parties, think tanks or academic institutions for solving …
German Chancellor Angela Merkel refused to ditch her government’s policy on refugees after holding off the strongest showing for a right-wing populist party since the Second World War.
The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, has lost a referendum poll which would have allowed him to run for at least a further five-year term.
Momentum, the loose organisation formed around Jeremy Corbyn’s election campaign, is to become a Labour-only members group.
Labour MPs have been urged by the leader of Britain’s largest union to stop sniping and rally round the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
Conservative Party divisions over Britain’s membership of the European Union have widened following Prime Minister David Cameron’s claim of a “new settlement”
Britain has been accused by human rights campaigners of “bending over backwards” to avoid criticism of its diplomatic ally Saudi Arabia.
Socialist leaders in Venezuela have blamed global economic factors rather than an ideological rejection of left-wing policies.