It's been a good week for proponents of immigration reform. The sweeping bill that seeks to legalize most of the country's 11 million unauthorized immigrants was passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday night, after five full days of debate and amendments that did little to significantly change the original compromise. So, what's next [...]
A question for parties everywhere: how Green was my election?• Cold realities afflict the Greens as critics from without and within attack the party for mooted pay cuts at its flagship Brighton council. But that isn't the only problem for the hierarchy and the activists. Behind the scenes there has been fear and loathing over the process used to select candidates in London for the next Europe
David Cameron hails an EU agreement to close tax loopholes as a "turning point", as Google's boss urges politicians to "sort" the system.
The rogue trader who cost Société Générale almost €5 billion was dismissed as an historical footnote today by executives seeking to draw a line under France’s biggest financial scandal.