Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
David Cameron has pledged to use the “global drama” of the Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to help get Britain back on track.
The Olympic Games and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee offers an opportunity for us to reassert that common identity from which we have always derived strength.
The Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee offer the Prime Minister the chance to persuade voters that the Government has a broader vision.
Politicians may often prove feeble, but the forthcoming elections across the world are still something to celebrate
The voters are not impressed with Ed Miliband – and they certainly don’t trust the party on the economy.
Guardian critic Xan Brooks writes that the biopic The Iron Lady, with Meryl Streep, gives us ‘Thatcher without Thatcherism’ – glossing over what a controversial and divisive political figure she was. Did you admire the real Iron Lady?
Predicting the next year’s news is a fool’s errand, but looking at technological trends could give us a hint
A handy month-by-month guide to the, er, evolution of the Texas governor from squinty executioner to goofily devout evangelical
Who gains from a system where we pay tax, then get some of the money back in benefits, and then pay tax on the benefits?
Because Barack Obama has adopted so many core Republican beliefs, the US opposition race is a shambles
A bad state school condemns children to think seven sevens are 68, says Cristina Odone.