Week of Nov 14 – Nov 20
4:13 pm EST November 14, 2011
Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
The Tory message may end up being that, as bad as things are, they would be a lot, lot worse under Ed Miliband.
Chancellor, take note: as he prepares to lay out his plans, economists, politicians and business leaders offer their own ideas
The world's statesmen no longer shape events but merely respond to them, in thrall to market forces
The Duke of Edinburgh has made a fierce attack on wind farms, describing them as “absolutely useless”.
City offices of UBS bank reopened as forum for discussion by Occupy protesters arriving from across Britain
Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel
today pledged "strong friendship", but remained at odds over key
measures to restore economic stability to Europe.
Tax cuts for the low paid will reduce unemployment by encouraging people back to work.
It was striking that the MPs who were most effective in rumbling the witnesses were women
Brussels bureaucrats were ridiculed yesterday after banning drink manufacturers from claiming that water can prevent dehydration.
British retail business, one of the chief drivers of economic growth, is in big trouble.
The chancellor's judgment not to increase debt has been vindicated, but he must now go on the attack
eBay, the online shop, is to open its first UK shop, in the latest sign that internet retailers are moving onto the high street.
In lifting the veil a little from MI6, William Hague reminds us of the vital role it plays in national defence.
The number of foreign workers employed in the UK has risen by almost 150,000 as the number of British people with jobs is falling.
The coalition's economic argument has been shown to be wrong; it is time for a replacement
Unless he stands up to the Lib Dems in his Autumn Statement, the economy faces disaster
An investigation by the Indy
has caught the BBC
red-handed selling airtime for millions of pounds. They are trying to spin it as “nominal fees”,
but a look at the numbers and content involved is pretty shocking:
Conservative MEP Daniel Hannen writes about the recent coup d’état by any other name, which recently took place.
The Lib Dems are pledged to battle against poverty, and cannot support the chancellor's bid to decouple benefits from inflation
Foreign Secretary William Hague today welcomed more EU sanctions against Syria in protest at the failure of President Assad to end "horrific violence".
As Angela Merkel looks for treaty change to strengthen ties, prime minister is keen to move towards a looser union
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