The public is paying for everything from cleaning moats to changing light bulbs. Amid the fury, support for Gordon Brown's party is at its lowest in 65 years.
Britain's large Somali community chews at least seven tons a week of a drug banned in most Western countries.
Some 35,000 members of the legendary brigade have been denied the right to retire in the country they served.
The government agreed Monday to restore deposed judges. Activists want further reforms.
Irish politicians from all sides reject any backsliding toward violence.
High-profile cases involving Bible-sharing and prayer have raised concerns. But many say that reining in certain expressions of faith is a necessary compromise in a multicultural society.
'The Beeb' stands by its decision not to air a fundraising appeal for victims of Israel's recent 22-day incursion into Gaza.
'No better time' for change, say activists at this past weekend's youth conference in Doha, Qatar.
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