News Ed Balls denied the claim that he would go beyond a 50p top tax rate

Ed Balls could consider increasing the top rate of tax to 55p or even 60p if he became Chancellor, former Trade minister Digby Jones claimed today.

Jimmy Saville pictured in 2006. He is thought to have abused hundreds of victims

Jimmy Savile 'could have abused up to 1,000 victims' while at the BBC

Damning review will accuse Corporation of turning a blind eye to shamed entertainer's actions

Lead character Hannah Horvath with her on-off 'boyfriend' Adam Sackler

Girls series 3: Lena Dunham's Hannah is still naked - and critics are still perplexed

Inside Television: In a screen culture where nudity is always understood as sexual, regular nudity of non-‘perfect’ bodies is still revolutionary

Lord Kinnock says rich should pay more tax

The rich should pay more tax and 50p is the correct rate for the highest level of income tax, Lord Kinnock has said.

Official figures have revealed that the Government is breaking its promise to ensure that a new council house or flat is built to replace every one sold to tenants

Ministers ‘breaking promise over new council homes’

The Government is breaking its promise to ensure that a new council house or flat is built to replace every one sold to tenants, official figures have revealed.

Rupert Murdoch
with Wendi Deng

Where are Alastair Campbell and John Scarlett when you need them to rebut this awful tittle-tattle about Tony and Wendi?

Details of the friendship continue to trickle into the public domain

‘Massive’ nuclear investment in UK eyed by Davey

China and other Far East countries are set to make “massive” investments in the UK’s nuclear programme, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said yesterday.

Nigel Farage with Theresa May on The Andrew Marr Show yesterday

Ukip leader Nigel Farage has eye on Folkestone seat in 2015 election

MEP said the cabinet views his party 'as being part of the lower orders'

Centre stage: Tony Hall plans live broadcasts from the National Theatre

BBC to beef up its arts coverage

Live theatre and series on writers and painters are waiting in the wings – with some familiar old faces

Prime Minister David Cameron poses the rock group Haim as they appear on the BBC current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show

‘That was for you, DC’: has Cameron got some new fans in Haim?

David Cameron has branded the Labour Party’s tax policy “nuts”, warning that it would drive business out of Britain and hamper the economic recovery.

Labour Party conference: Ed Miliband says he would force firms that hire foreign workers to take on British apprentices

Ed Miliband also pledges to 'crack down' on companies that fail to pay the minimum wage.

Andrew Marr

Andrew Marr hails German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the 'perfect leader'

The broadcaster Andrew Marr has described Angela Merkel as the “perfect leader” and claimed that British voters would never elect a female Prime Minister whose public image was considered similarly boring.

Osborne rules out rethink or new vote on Syria action

Chancellor rules out any rethink on military action, even if facts on the ground change, and joins William Hague in attack on Ed Miliband for 'partisan' actions

Vince Cable has condemned a 'stupid and offensive' campaign against illegal immigrants

Vince Cable: 'Go home' poster campaign aimed at illegal immigrants is 'stupid and offensive'

Business Secretary says: 'We have a problem but it's not a vast one'

Stroke-hit Andrew Marr to return to full-time presenting, says BBC

Broadcaster Andrew Marr will return full-time to his presenting duties in the autumn following his recovery from a major stroke, the BBC confirmed today.

David Miliband bade farewell to British politics yesterday with a warning to his younger brother that the Conservatives could still win the next general election outright

Andrew Marr returns to TV screens to see off David Miliband, who says relationship with brother Ed is 'healing'

The former Labour minister said the party could be on the verge of a “great prize” if the next government is not a coalition

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