Matt Chorley

Matt Chorley is Political Correspondent for The Independent on Sunday.

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Tory chief Warsi failed to declare rent income from flat

Baroness Warsi, co-chairman of the Conservative Party, has admitted failing to declare rental income received for more than a year on a north London flat.

St Ives in the sun: But Cornwall misses out on £2m every year through discounts to owners of second homes

Second homes to be hit with £420m tax hike

Empty flats and houses will also be targeted in move aimed at ending property 'madness'

Victory: Ed Balls forces the smirking Tory leader to lose his cool

Matt Chorley: Rule No. 1 - Never lose it with hecklers

The PM needs jokes, says The Independent on Sunday's classroom clown

Back in business: Vince Cable defies his critics

We shouldn't be lecturing euro states, says Cable

Business Secretary hits back at critics, calls for 'humility', and unveils plan to aid school leavers

Sunset over Longannet: Existing coal-fired power station and the site of a proposed pilot project, cancelled in 2011

Greens warn of a return to era of 'dirty coal'

Coal-fired power stations trialling 'carbon capture' technology could be exempt from regulations

The fracking plant in Lancashire which has been blamed for earth tremors

Government backtracks on fracking

Ministers decide there is not enough gas under UK to justify controversial 'earthquake' drilling

Long shifts 'put doctors at risk'

Tired junior doctors are putting their lives in danger by driving home after long, "inhumane" shifts, delegates at a British Medical Association conference said yesterday.

Cameron to view revived Severn barrage plan

The Prime Minister is to be briefed on plans for a £30bn, 10-mile tidal barrage from Somerset to South Wales which could provide 5 per cent of Britain's total electricity. David Cameron signalled his backing, telling MPs: "A huge amount of renewable energy could be delivered through a barrage of this kind."

Lower, lower: There's nothing to lose in asking for a reduction in price

High street haggling really does pay

Recession-hit retailers need customers, but a Which? survey finds a third of us are still too afraid to negotiate a deal

Nick Clegg will announce tomorrow that the 'top-up' lessons will be provided to children from poor backgrounds by two-thirds of secondary schools, as part of a drive to highlight the coalition's family and children's policies

Summer school for less well-off primary pupils

Thousands of children will get 'top-up' classes to prepare them for transition to secondary school

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