The curious case of the "Trojan Horse" document in the United Kingdom has vital lessons for Australia's education system.
Power is changing hands, flipping on its head, ebbing away, growing ever stronger. Guy Rundle on why (lazy cliche of a Yeats poem not withstanding), things are very much falling apart.
David Cameron is struggling to keep the Tories together. The party is split on same-sex marriage and the European Union, showing up some poor leadership attributes in the Prime Minister.
Can British Prime Minister David Cameron's Tory government hang onto EU membership? Or will the UKIP and its allies force the country to go it alone?
What happened to David Cameron's pledge to use plain packaging to discourage smoking? Australian political operative Lynton Crosby happened, apparently.
Crikey readers talk David Hicks and the problems with the EU for Britons.
European bees are disappearing, and the buzz from politicians is out of line. The politics of ecological protection are fascinating, writes Crikey's man in London.
David Cameron has shaken up benefits for Britain's most needy. Is it the end of the social state as we know it, or have the Tories not gone far enough? Well, both ...
Guy Rundle examines the Cameron government's latest UK budget and finds it comes up sorely lacking.
David Cameron has struck a compromise deal with political rivals for tougher media reforms in the UK. And he's managed to keep the press on side -- for the most part -- in the process.