Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female Prime Minister, died at the age of 87 last week. Her tenure will be examined for years to come for several reasons.
If the threats surrounding her funeral have any bearing in reality, it would not be out of the ordinary for Americans to expect more turmoil on TV, not less.
On Friday, the French Senate voted to legalize same-sex marriage. France joins a select number of nations in providing marriage rights to all despite opposition protests.
Labour MP Glenda Jackson vigorously articulates her two cents about Thatcherism in a debate in Parliament describing the philosophy as having wreaked havoc in the UK.
"This was a brazen act of religious desecration, and it is something that is shocking to everyone in this community."
Birmingham city council's act of protest is getting a lot of attention.
Last week, Eurostat, the statistical agency of the EU, published a report on worryingly high unemployment in the Euro zone: over 12%. Could Americans pull ahead of Europe as a result?
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered the UK government to compensate convicted child rapist Mustafa Abdi for his legal expenses.