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The Shadow Chancellor says that after three damaging years of flatlining, Britain desperately needs a recovery for everyone - not just the few at the top It's the Chancellor's last chance.
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8 hrs ago | Preston Citizen
David Cameron is to demand that Britain is no longer bound by the commitment to an "ever closer union" in Europe as part of his renegotiation of the UK's membership of the EU.
11 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
UKIP is on course to come out top in May's Euro elections, our poll found, after the allegations concerning Farage, 49, and Annabelle Fuller, 31 Nigel Farage's UK Independence Party has enjoyed a poll boost following claims he had an affair with a former aide.
15 hrs ago | IcNetwork
As Wales celebrates Gethin Jenkins becoming a record cap holder today, his former youth rugby team mate Gareth Rogers takes a look back at how the boyfrom Beddau became a star.
19 hrs ago | BBC News
Tributes to the former Labour MP and cabinet minister Tony Benn feature across Saturday's newspapers following his death at the age of 88. The Independent carries a picture of the veteran left winger on its front page, describing him a "rebel never without a cause".
Scottish Conservatives will debate the future of defence in Britain and the implication of budget cuts as they continue their conference in Edinburgh today.
Ed Miliband's non-promise of a referendum this week may have been designed to do several things.
Lord Ballyedmond lodged a writ for a A 10.7million refund on a helicopter believed to be the one involved in the tragedy A Tory peer worth A 860m and killed in a helicopter smash was in a legal battle with makers over safety fears.
The stature of Edward Haughey in Irish, British and global affairs was evident by the volume and variety of tributes that flooded in yesterday.
Education Secretary Michael Gove has said the number of former Eton pupils in the top ranks of government is "ridiculous" Education Secretary Michael Gove has hit out at the "ridiculous" numbers of Old Etonians in David Cameron's inner circle.
That's how Tony Benn summed up his own transformation from the man many in the Labour Party blamed for making them unelectable to the nation's political grandfather - whose stories and speeches mesmerised those who listened to him even when they scarcely agreed with a word he said.
As someone who grew up as an Asian boy in Thatcher's Britain, I find the Tories' current campaign to woo black and ethnic-minority voters hard to believe.
Veteran politician Tony Benn and chairman and BBC journalist Guto Harri appear for a Question and Answer session at Galeri Caernarfon in 2008 In a statement his children Stephen, Hilary, Melissa and Joshua said: "It is with great sadness that we announce that our father Tony Benn died peacefully early this morning at his home in west London ... (more)
Conservative political beliefs threaten to undermine the progress made in science, particular in the US where the debate has shifted to the right, a top astronomer has warned.
ALISTAIR Darling, the head of the pro-UK Better Together campaign, has said he is frustrated by Alex Salmond's continued refusal to face him in a live TV debate about the country's future.
Prime Minister David Cameron will focus on his fight to keep Scotland in the UK as he opens the Scottish Conservative party conference.
Liberal Democrat MP Lorley Burt walks on stage wearing a Nigel Farage mask at the party's spring conference in York.