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"It's clear now from the way Russia has acted that we have not persuaded Russia to see things Nato's way."

Cameron, the naked statesman

Cameron 'naked against Russia' as Nato summit approaches

David Cameron at Nato's Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe

David Cameron should spend more time playing war games, a former senior RAF officer has told Politics.co.uk, as Nato prepares to deploy its forces in eastern European bases for the first time.

Summit pressure: Behind the scenes, Cameron's anti-Russia strategy might be faltering

Nato secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen and David Cameron 'still have work to do' before next month's summit

Britain's Nato diplomacy is on a knife-edge ahead of next month's Wales summit, with agreement proving elusive over the buildup of Nato forces against Russia.


Down to the wire: Salmond aims for Scottish independence victory after debate win

Feeling smug? Salmond claims victory in second TV debate

Supporters of Scottish independence aim for a knife-edge win following Alex Salmond's comprehensive victory in the TV debate on Monday

Shoddy debate shows Darling is a one-trick pony

Constricted by neo-liberalism? Darling comes second to Salmond in bad-tempered Scottish independence debate

Scratch the surface and Alex Salmond's arguments make no sense, but at least he can express a vision of a positive future

Week in Review: Scottish dreams of a new England

If Scotland becomes independent, did a Brit still win Wimbledon?


Comment: Tribunal fees are a silent bedroom tax

Employment tribunal fees: Leaving workers at the mercy of bosses

Coalition charges for employment tribunals are allowing sexism and racism to flourish in the workplace


Rotherham abuse: Senior MP demands resignations

Child sexual exploitation in Rotherham: At least 1,400 victims since 1997

Officers at Rotherham council should lose their jobs over the child sexual exploitation scandal which saw 1,400 young people victimised, Clive Betts has told Politics.co.uk.

Sexual and reproductive education

British sex education: A messy history in ten awkward steps

Telling it how it is: But has sex education been too mechanical?

Let's face it - teaching children about the timeless act of adults doing it to each other has always been sensitive.

Only the Tories still refuse to protect children from pornography

Sex: Teenagers need to be equipped with an understanding of consent

You cannot stop young people watching pornography. You can only equip them with an understanding of what it is.

England’s leading mental health organisations call on all political parties to make mental health a priority in run up to election

Six of England’s leading mental health organisations have joined forces to produce a manifesto, laying out what the next Government must do to improve the lives of people with mental health problems.

Retirement age for women? 80, if they want to earn as much as men

Latest data reveals ‘mid-life pay crisis’ for female managers.

Tax Institute welcomes Scottish devolution Bill

The CIOT has welcomed the passing of the Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill by the Scottish Parliament. This means that Scotland now has the legal framework to operate its own tax authority for devolved taxes.

Cat left with multiple broken bones after he was thrown from fifth floor

Inspectors urgently searching for witnesses and owner after cat left in serious condition.

GCSEs: reform rather than remove engineering course

As thousands of young people today receive their GCSE results, the IET is warning that the Government proposal to remove GCSE engineering could make the skills crisis an even bigger cause of concern for UK employers.

NASUWT comments on GCSE results

Chris Keates: “This year’s GCSE exam entrants have had to cope with a raft of rushed through and ill-conceived changes to the qualifications system and so today’s results are especially commendable".

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