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The emails released from Clinton's email system include damning criticism of David Cameron

Hillary Clinton emails describe David Cameron as 'aristocratic and inexperienced' – and Boris Johnson as a 'clown'

The US politician was forced to hand over her emails to the US State Department

The Daily Telegraph has reported that George Osborne is writing to public sector workers to ask them to fill in an online survey about their money-saving ideas

George Osborne asks teachers, diplomats and millions of other public sector workers to help him cut spending by £20bn

Mr Osborne is writing to staff to ask them to fill in an online survey about their money-saving ideas

The Conservatives want to entice the private sector to plug a £130bn infrastructure gap in London. For example, many of Britain's railways are antiquated and could well do with reinvestment

Tories plan US-style trust to entice private sector to plug £130bn infrastructure gap in London

Business would share financial returns with the state, making it ideal for projects with a revenue-raising element, such as toll crossings

Sources at the SFO said they expected Lord Howard to be accompanied by a lawyer

Michael Howard: Former Tory leader faces questions by SFO over oil deal corruption claims

Allegations are believed to relate to the manner in which Soma Oil & Gas obtained exploration and drilling rights in Somalia

As security becomes tighter around Calais, fears have been raised that criminal syndicates and migrants will seek alternative routes into the UK

Calais crisis: UK urged to take in more asylum seekers as fears grow that migrants may target Belgian ports

France calls on EU nations to tackle cause of chaos as migrants may target other ports

Chris Leslie is candid about Labour’s failure to convince voters of its economic credibility

Chris Leslie: Labour shadow Chancellor on why they lost the election and his reasons for backing Yvette Cooper

'It was down to us to address the hesitancy and anxiety people had - We didn’t do enough'

Liz Kendall has been dogged by ‘Blairite’ label

Labour leadership contest: Liz Kendall issues five pledges to show her values in line with party

Ms Kendall has been dogged by her label as the 'Blairite candidate' and even dubbed a 'Tory' by some Labour critics

Tax credits will be limited to two children - except if a woman can prove her third child was a result of rape

Some tax credits recipients will keep only 7p of every extra pound earned, says new analysis

It found that in the current financial year, they lose 90.6p of every extra pound they earn - But after the Budget cuts take effect, the figure would rise to 93p

The Birmingham and Fazeley viaduct, part of the proposed High Speed Two rail scheme HS2

HS2: Significantly more ancient woodland at risk of being destroyed by rail line than previously thought, says new research

Almost 100 ancient woodland sites, some dating back as far as a thousand years, will fall victim to the first phase of the £50bn line

Former MP Dave Nellist was expelled from Labour in the early 1990s because of his links with the group centred around The Militant newspaper

Dave Nellist advises to enlist the members and relaunch as 'New Old Labour'

The ex-Militant MP tell his old political soulmate Jeremy Corbyn that if he wins, he should emulate Blair.

A string of MPs have switched their support from other candidates to back Caroline Flint for deputy as a centrist counterweight to Jeremy Corbyn

Labour rallies behind Flint as deputy leader to offset a Corbyn win

To stop a left-wing takeover at the top, many MPs want the Blairite Energy spokesperson in the second spot

Jeremy Corbyn has dominated the Labour leadership contest

Jeremy Corbyn tops Labour leadership vote of constituency groups

Jeremy Corbyn is storming ahead in the race to become Labour leader

Labour party interim leader Harriet Harman speaks to reporters and supporters

Calais migrant crisis: Demand compensation from France, Labour tells David Cameron

Harriet Harman quotes estimates that the crisis is costing hauliers £700,000 a day

Michelle Mone attends the annual Serpentine Gallery summer party at The Serpentine Gallery on June 26, 2013 in London, England.

Lingerie entrepreneur Michelle Mone 'to be made Tory peer' in the House of Lords

She has previously spoken of her support for the Prime Minister during the Scottish independence referendum campaign

Britain's opposition Labour Party Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls reacts after loosing his seat to Conservative candidate Andrea Jenkyns, at the counting centre in Leeds

Ed Balls reveals he turned down I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here appearance after election defeat

'I wrote back to say that I’d already subjected myself to one high-profile public vote this year, and I wasn’t really sure that I wanted a second one'

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