The billionaire has praised Vladimir Putin for his strength and decisiveness in the past – but does that mean the US has a Siberian candidate on its hands?
Tony Blair and Britain were looking to take part in what they thought would be a victory on the cheap
Whatever the Iraq Inquiry report says about the ex-Prime Minister, the public made up its mind long ago
HMRC must learn from the mistakes it made after the Geneva data leak and act tough and fast on any evaders who may emerge
We in the West do our friends no favours by believing we can never do the right thing. Next week is the 25th anniversary of the no-fly zone that protected the Iraqi Kurds
Grammar glitches and style stumbles in The Independent this week
I used to watch American football, but now I've stopped: I can't pretend any longer that head injuries aren't an unavoidable part of the game
Review of Utopia for Realists: the case for a universal basic income, open borders and a 15-hour workweek, by Rutger Bregman
Grammar glitches, style stumbles and gay porn stars in the last week of the printed Independent
'The Independent has been a been a family. I’ll always be proud to say I’ve worked here'
Alison is thinking about having children, but not getting into quite as many scrapes
It’s not just poets who speak for the nation
Trust in traditional politics is low, and institutions are brittle, but community groups are springing up all over the place
The Chancellor's Budget has gone up in smoke and the Prime Minister's party is hopelessly divided on Europe: trust Labour to come to the Government's rescue
The Chancellor was right to abandon his Budget, but the damage to his reputation is done. And another picture of old London
George Osborne admitted to a 'mistake' in the Budget debate today. For once a politician has correctly assessed himself