Britain's strategy for national security, released today, tips resources toward new threats like a cyber attack. The shifting priorities come on the eve of a review that will outline cuts to the defense budget.
Nick Clegg, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, has railed against people who 'avoid or evade' taxes. Those are very different, but a flat tax will eliminate both.
Margaret Thatcher speeches play on repeat at Maggie's, a new 1980s-themed nightclub in London. 'The ’80s are definitely back,' says one of the owners.
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says that the coalition government's approach to deficit reduction will differ from Margaret Thatcher's cuts, avoiding confrontations, social divisions, and regional disparities.
The best way to balance Britain's budget is not by thinking in terms of institutional reform, not temporary cuts.
The joining of the Conservatives' "big society" concept and the Liberal Democrats' power-distribution ideas may help this British coalition overcome their differences.