As Donald Trump enters the White House, the America’s leading policy priorities are little changed from the final years of Barack Obama’s presidency.
On the eve of his inauguration, opinion polls have shown the president-elect to be lagging a long way behind his predecessors in terms of public approval.
So there are just two weeks left until the results of the US presidential election will be known but already we have a good idea of who will win.
With exactly one week to go before the UK holds a referendum on its EU membership, several polls have shown a swing to those wishing to quit the bloc.
The majority of Europeans and Brits questioned in a new survey are opposed to Brexit according to pollster Odoxa. Of more than 4,000 people asked
Donald Trump continues to be the frontrunner to become the Republican candidate for US president ahead of the New Hampshire Primary on 9 February.