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In his autobiography, Mr Mandela recalled joking with fellow ANC leader Oliver Tambo during a 1962 visit to London that their statue might one day stand near Westminster Abbey.
Should smoking in public places be banned?
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5 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers
Anti-apartheid campaigners paid tribute to the man they spent decades trying to free at a Nelson Mandela vigil in central London.
8 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
Behind the polls lead lies a growing dismay at the former Chancellor's 'comatose' leadership - even from those on his own side, writes George Kerevan I was in Number 11 Downing Street the night in September 2008 when RBS and HBOS went belly up.
12 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Ed Miliband ordered a full parliamentary debate on December 18 on food banks after our call for action on UK hunger MPs will be forced to debate the scandal of British families going hungry after the Mirror Christmas Appeal petition was signed by 100,000 readers.
George Osborne has boasted the British economy is growing at twice the rate expected just nine months ago, and faster than any other major country.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger was called this week to justify to MPs the paper's publishing of NSA leaks Photo: Andrew Winning/Reuters.
First lady Michelle Obama hosted military families for the first viewing of the decorations and demonstrated holiday crafts and treats for military children.
Conservative MP Michael Chong addresses a news conference in Ottawa on Tuesday. Chong has introduced a bill that would give party caucuses more power - including the power to vote out their leaders.
I usually take a jaundiced view of journalists' awards ceremonies, being of the opinion that readers' appreciation should be sufficient reward for mere hacks.
The independent Office for Budget Responsibility has forecast that, under the government's current plans, there will be no borrowing in 2018-19.
BUNGLING Tories have handed Alex Salmond a major boost - by claiming that millionaire English NHS axeman Jeremy Hunt should lead the Better Together campaign.
When the Conservatives met in Manchester for their conference this year, one activist fondly recalled that 40 years ago the party held a majority on the city council.
GEORGE Osborne was accused of "shoring up the Tory vote" in the South with juicy transport spending pledges, ahead of today's 'mini Budget'.
The Home Secretary is to challenge her European counterparts to change the way free movement rules work across the region at a meeting in Brussels.
Hats-off to James Kirkup for noticing that Goldman Sachs have suggested they would "drastically" cut their UK workforce should Britain decide to leave the European Union.
Thunderclouds were gathering in April when James Gorman, Morgan Stanley's chief executive, went for a run on the beach on Amelia Island in Florida after attending a closed-door meeting of the bank's top stockbrokers.
Additional investments of around 40 billion are expected in renewable electricity generation projects over the next few years, although subsidies to solar power and onshore wind farms will be cut.