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Anarchy in the UK

It’s taken years to brew the toxic mix of hopelessness and rage, disenfranchisement and greed that erupted in Britain this week, writes Maria Margaronis.

Photo: London is burning
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UK Prime Minister Cameron makes a bid for African trade

The U.K. prime minister made a case for forging a new relationship with Africa based on trade, and made an effort to draw Africans away from the luster of Chinese investments.

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David Cameron’s culture war

The war against the arts and humanities is nothing new – though this is the first time that the fight has migrated so directly to Britain.

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Activists mount new challenges to Israel as furor over raid continues

A second pro-Palestinian organization announced on Wednesday that it will send a flotilla of aid ships to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

Scandals rock British government, threatening fragile coalition

The new British government of Prime Minister David Cameron, less than three weeks old, was rocked on Saturday by the resignation of one of its most senior members.

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The British election aftermath

Jonathan Hopkin of the London School of Economics shares his thoughts on what the election results mean for the next U.K. government.

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Hoping for a hung parliament

The British electoral system could allow the party with the fewest votes to win the most seats in parliament. Some voters are clamoring for reform.

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Why do we need to know about the British elections?

Bank bailouts. Deficit spending. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The issues that have come to define the American political landscape in recent months are now playing out across the Atlantic, as voters in the U.K. prepare to choose their next government.

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Meet the candidates for prime minister

One was a rowdy college student. Another played rugby. And a third drunkenly burned down a cactus farm. Each of the leaders of Britain’s three major parties has his fair share of quirks. And observers say the personalities of the leaders matter than ever before.

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