A woman jogs on the Malecon as a Thomson Dream cruise ship arrives in Havana (AP) US revives ferry service to Cuba

A woman jogs on the Malecon as a Thomson Dream cruise ship arrives in Havana (AP) The Obama administration has approved the first ferry service in decades between the United States and Cuba, potentially opening a new path for hundreds of thousands of people and hundreds of millions of dollars in goods that travel between Florida and Havana each year. Read Full Story

 

There's still no clear leader in the race for No 10 between David Cameron and Ed Miliband 38 days … and still neck-and-neck

There's still no clear leader in the race for No 10 between David Cameron and Ed Miliband The most-tightly controlled General Election campaign of modern times is drawing to an end with little indication that voters are anywhere nearer making up their minds who they want to run the country. Read Full Story

 

Prime Minister David Cameron says voters will make their most important decision for a generation Last efforts to grasp poll victory

Prime Minister David Cameron says voters will make their most important decision for a generation One of the most keenly-contested General Election campaigns in decades enters its final full day with politicians engaged in desperate eleventh-hour efforts to seize a decisive advantage. Read Full Story

 

Vladimir Putin's Russia is one area where the West must show resolve, experts say West urged to ‘hold its nerve’

Vladimir Putin's Russia is one area where the West must show resolve, experts say The UK and its Western allies should "brace themselves" for the possibility of worsening security crises and must hold their "collective nerve" in facing future threats from the Middle East and Russia, a leading defence expert said. Read Full Story