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Biteback Publishing Limited increased its losses by £153,000 for the period ending December 2014
The explanation followed media reports that Mr Corbyn had 'snubbed' the Queen by refusing to be sworn into the Privy Council
George Grant, who came third behind Labour and George Galloway in Bradford West, goes deep into enemy territory
'Incentive' system designed to produce savings on expensive scans and potentially surgical procedures
Ms Dugdale will tell the conference that her party 'got the balance wrong' between listening and acting
The former deputy leader threw down the gauntlet to Mr Corbyn, saying he had to 'sort it out so that we have women’s leadership at the top of the party'
The former journalist recently returned as News UK chief executive
To celebrate the World Cup, Rugby School has devised its own special tour
Protesters demand UK authority arrest the Israeli PM's handling of Gaza crisis
Support for Independent Press Standards Organisation, backed by the Murdoch titles and others, stands at only 15 per cent
Mark Hanna: Former News International employee threatens to lift lid on conversations with Rebekah Brookes during hacking trial
'I intend to tell you everything that I know, which I’m sure will shock everybody'
Brooks is back in the same role she quit five years ago
Chilcot inquiry: Leading figures in British political Establishment accused of plotting to discredit investigation into Iraq war
Exclusive: Panel considered mass resignation in protest at Establishment’s attacks, as Sir John's team accuses Whitehall and No 10 using smears to discredit them
Party is down but not out, says new leader, after winning an outright victory
The ex-Militant MP tell his old political soulmate Jeremy Corbyn that if he wins, he should emulate Blair.
Murdoch Snr likes to back winners and Osborne, potentially the next Tory leader, may already have a powerful lead supporter