The presenter said that it would be dangerous if the broadcaster became dependent on revenue directly from the government
Did Cameron know of Lord Ashcroft's non-dom status in 2009? Andrew Marr couldn't get an answer
The PM described nuclear bombs as 'the ultimate insurance policy' and said the attack could be 'justified'
Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, he also suggested Corbyn's mandate was so large that he should be leader for some time
Damning review will accuse Corporation of turning a blind eye to shamed entertainer's actions
Inside Television: In a screen culture where nudity is always understood as sexual, regular nudity of non-‘perfect’ bodies is still revolutionary
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.
Details of the friendship continue to trickle into the public domain
Ed Miliband also pledges to 'crack down' on companies that fail to pay the minimum wage.
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.
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
Business Secretary says: 'We have a problem but it's not a vast one'
Crime writers Ian Rankin and Val McDermid will pay tribute to the late Iain Banks at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
The Foreign Secretary will appear before the House of Commons tomorrow to try to allay concerns about the Prism spy scheme which enables the USA’s spy agency to mine data from Facebook and other web companies
The inquiry will be separate from Dame Janet Smith's investigation into Jimmy Savile's crimes
Boris Johnson has gone on record to say that his bumbling self-deprecatory persona is a “cunning device” he uses to get people to trust him.