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Malcolm Turnbull: The Australian prime minister’s phone conversation with Donald Trump at the weekend was  “the worst call” of the day, the US president reportedly told Turnbull. Photograph: AAP/Lukas Coch/via Reuters

Australia’s prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, was one of the first world leaders to call Donald Trump when he won the US presidential election in Nove(...)

 Romanian riot police clash with protesters during a huge demonstration against controversial decrees to pardon corrupt politicians and decriminalise other offences in front of the government headquarters in Bucharest on Wednesday. Photograph: Daniel Mihailescu/AFP/Getty Images

Romania’s government on Thursday rejected calls to withdraw a decree that critics say marks a major retreat on anti-corruption reforms, standing its g(...)

Former Dutch Labour leader Diederik Samsom (left) with prime minister Mark Rutte.  Mr Samson was ousted as s party leader last month and has resigned from parliament. Photograph: Michael Kooren/Reuters

If one Dutch MP symbolises his country’s political turbulence over the past four years, it is former Labour golden boy Diederik Samsom, the green ene(...)

Geert Wilders: The controversial politician could see his ultra-nationalist Freedom Party win up to 37 seats in the Dutch parliament, according to end-of-year polls. Photograph: AP Photo/Peter Dejong

A new poll of polls in the Netherlands indicates that far-right leader Geert Wilders has consolidated his popularity since his conviction a fortnight (...)

Australia’s immigration minister Peter Dutton (left) and prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.  Labor leader Bill Shorten called on Mr Dutton to apologise for comments he made  on immigrants. Photograph: Lukas Coch/EPA

When it comes to race, Australia has often been the land that political correctness forgot, but up until now mainstream politicians have used dog-whi(...)

Maybe British prime minister Theresa May has a genius plan for a more managed economy stored away, but do not bet on it. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The Strange Death of Liberal England was the strange birth of a journalistic cliché. Since George Dangerfield’s 1935 book writers have bent its title (...)

 Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats, at the party conference in Brighton. “There is more to Tony Blair’s legacy than that,” he said. “I kind of see Tony Blair the way I see the Stone Roses: I preferred the early work.” Photograph:  Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Tony Blair should be admired for his government’s achievements on workers’ rights and the health service, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said(...)

A  billboard displaying a campaign poster of Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega and his running mate and wife Rosario Murillo stands at the side of a road in Managua, Nicaragua. Photograph: Jorge Torres/EPA

Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega picked his wife on Tuesday to run as his vice presidential candidate ahead of November elections, in a vote in whic(...)

Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull  poses for a selfie during a street walk in Melbourne on Friday. Photograph: AAP/David Crosling/AAP/ Reuters

Australia’s Liberal-National coalition has been returned to power, six days after counting started, after three crossbenchers said they would back Ma(...)

Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull at a press conference today after he rejected calls for him to resign over poor election result. Photograph: William West/AFP/Getty Images

Counting in the Australian election resumed on Tuesday and saw the ruling Liberal-National coalition pull ahead of the Labor opposition. The coalitio(...)

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