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Vanquished Australian opposition shifts left with new leader

The Australian Labour Party unexpectedly lost to incumbent leader Scott Morrison on May 18, despite leading in the polls running up to the election.

Ramaphosa and the Thatcherite moment of truth

Cyril Ramaphosa is no Margaret Thatcher but he is having to determine the same issue: Who runs the country?

African soldiers who fought for Britain paid less than white counterparts – Archives

Documents found in Britain's national archives reveal that more than 500 000 black soldiers were underpaid for their service in WWII

The man holding the Brexit cards: Speaker John Bercow

Speaker John Bercow is best known for presiding over debates, bellowing "Order! Order!" at unruly lawmakers and chastising ministers who displease him

UK PM May reaches out to rivals after winning confidence vote

Theresa May conceded the divorce terms she struck with the EU had been roundly rejected, but vowed to work to find an alternative

British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

May suffered the largest government defeat in modern British history when the House of Commons rejected the withdrawal agreement struck late last year

Brexit in dates: From Leave shock to Parliament’s historic vote

Here are the milestones on Britain's rocky road out of the European Union after 46 years

Brexit deal vote: UK Parliament’s feuding factions

Parliament is to finally vote on Tuesday on whether to support or vote against the agreement

‘Love Corbyn, hate Brexit’: Labour faces Brexit split

​Britain's main opposition Labour Party is bracing for a tumultuous debate on the toxic issue of Brexit at its annual conference

New Zealand budget aims to deliver on ‘Jacinda-mania’

Government has boosted spending on welfare and public services in a budget aimed at delivering on promises made during last year's election campaign

Britain’s Labour Party and the ANC: why the stark contrast of fortunes?

Britain's Labour Party is anticipating the making of a new social revolution but the ANC is in disarray with no moral compass or credible leadership

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn comes out fighting ahead of election

A new poll put the centre-left party 24 points behind Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives.

May calls for June election ahead of Brexit talks

Britain started the formal process of leaving the EU last month, but the negotiations are not due to begin for weeks.

A mandate for all seasons?

Corbyn is making his mark on the UK's Labour Party, but he ignores its May disaster at his peril.

Britain prepares to vote in election cliffhanger

Britons head to the polls for an unpredictable election that could usher in a fragmented government and even force another election this year.

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