Latest outrage sparks crop failure and tidal waves worldwide.
Why has Cameron become so forceful about the issue of migration? The answer’s pretty clear, and it lies in 2014.
Disraeli described the sense of betrayal which Graham Brady has this week expressed more temperately.
Half of Britain to be offered for shale gas drilling as fracking areas face 50 trucks passing each day
Ministers “stepping up the search for shale” with new exploration rights to be offered to fracking firms next summer
And any Coalition negotiations after 2015 should proceed at a less hasty pace than in 2010
More positive economic news this morning — the unemployment rate has fallen. In the last three months, unemployment has taken a surprising drop to 7.4 per cent, compared to 7.6 per cent for the three months before.
A tactical decision has caused strategic chaos – further delay will cost the British economy billions.
There has been much amusement in the last couple of days after Sophie Gadd, a student at the University of York, snapped a picture of Johann Baptist Lampi’s 1794 oil on canvas portrait of Catherine II the Great while visiting the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin. Eagle-eyed Sophie pointed out the immediate and obvious similarities between the Empress of Russia and David Cameron.
The Liberal Democrat leader hit out at Lord Hanningfield and said what had been exposed was “another blow to people’s trust in politics”
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