Looking at the news out of London each day.
Ships sailing under a British flag will be able to carry armed guards to protect them from pirates, the prime minister has announced
The government has come under fire from a Commons committee for not appointing fewer ministers and aides.
Prime Minister David Cameron Friday said he would work with other European Union members outside the euro zone to ensure their interests are not compromised in efforts to fix the region’s sovereign debt crisis.
The disgraceful closure of Wren’s masterpiece has been a debacle. The Church of England must urgently examine its values says a former Archbishop of Canterbury.
As Europe is reshaped, both party and country are urging the Prime Minister to seize Britain’s moment.
BUSINESS Secretary Vince Cable has been fined by the taxman for failing to pay up to £25,000 in VAT, The Sun can reveal.
The fact sales of Jobs’s life story are soaring yet few are tempted by Assange shows the bagginess of biography as a form
Occupy London’s struggle to find a public space for protest reflects the increasing private control of our towns and cities
The population of the UK is on course to reach 70 million over the next 16 years, official figures suggest.
Companies should be given the right to dismiss unproductive workers without explanation, a leaked Downing Street report advises.
The Conservative Party row over Europe put strain on the Coalition as Nick Clegg said it was “impossible” for the Government to deliver on Tory MPs’ demands over the European Union.
NATIONAL GRID has been forced to ask wind farms to shut down for the second time in a MONTH – because it’s too windy.
Dominic Grieve to appear before the European court of human rights in Strasbourg to argue his case
Foreign secretary speaks out as Commons prepares to debate motion calling for referendum on UK’s relationship with EU
Some 70% of voters want a vote on Britain’s EU membership, Guardian/ICM poll shows