The resale of tickets has reportedly become a £1 billion industry.
Outcry "shows either a total misunderstanding of the UK constitution, which such critics periodically extol—or a deliberate desire to destroy it," former attorney general says.
Members of parliament discovered the original copy was missing, when trying to amend it.
Labour has published 170 questions it says the government must answer.
The man has been accused of close ties to Russia.
Another senior staff change at the Kremlin makes room for a younger successor.
Videos showing ballot box stuffing spread online, as the Kremlin hailed a triumph.
Liberal politician Ella Pamfilova heads the country's Electoral Commission for her first election.
It is likely that the restoration would cost between £3 billion and £4.3 billion.
The British prime minister doesn't yet have the answers to the big questions raised by Brexit.
A Levada Center poll sees the party reach new lows for 2016, but no main beneficiary is in sight.
The Women and Equalities Committee urges for German-style regulation.
Tens of thousands of Muscovites have been receiving calls about the September elections.
The late Boris Nemtsov's party participated in a televised debate ahead of the September elections.
Due to France's security situation, ministers will have to remain in Paris.
The VDV paratrooper unit played a key part in the Ukraine crisis and Chechen wars.
History suggests such reform might be necessary.