Tom Prout

Tom is one of Politonomist's principle writers and editors, whose time in both England and Canada has instilled in him a strong desire to cover international politics. With inter-disciplinary interests in linguistics, politics, and sociology, his stories often consider different interpretations.

Canadian Unemployment Highest in 7 Years

RBS Could Cut Up To 9,000 Jobs

Obama Delays Release of Sex Offenders

G20: Global Economic Health A Priority

IMF Revision Surpasses Expectations

Russia, U.S. Plan Disarmament Treaty

U.S. Seeks UN Human Rights Council Seat

G20: Fears of Protest, Heightened Security

IMF’s Debt Relief Begins

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Features

Think Money: ‘give attention to retirement planning’

Think Money: ‘give attention to retirement planning’

Read about some new research from financial services company, Think Money, about occupational pension schemes.

Lies of Obama: Credibility or Charisma?

Lies of Obama: Credibility or Charisma?

Barack Obama has not lived up to his promises — claims of change and credibility were seemingly just shows of charisma and ego. From claims of restoring confidence in government to discussion of balanced budgets, accountability and general reform; it seems clear only now that none of this is likely to occur.