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Live theatre and series on writers and painters are waiting in the wings – with some familiar old faces
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.
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.
The former Labour minister said the party could be on the verge of a “great prize” if the next government is not a coalition
The Chancellor has rebuffed advances from his namesake after President Obama's G8 mix-up
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
Broadcaster Eddie Mair has dismissed reports that he could be in line for Jeremy Paxman's Newsnight job following his gruelling inquisition of Boris Johnson.
The Mayor took his grilling by Eddie Mair with the kind of grace few MPs possess
Stanley Johnson calls interview with his son a ‘disgusting piece of journalism
Broadcaster Andrew Marr is conscious and “responding to medication” while “continuing to progress” as he recovers in hospital following a stroke, the BBC said.
Andrew Marr, the TV presenter and journalist, has had a stroke, the BBC said today. The 53-year-old presenter of The Andrew Marr Show and Start the Week was taken ill on Tuesday and is recovering in hospital.
Multinational firms who use tax havens and other legal tax avoiding devices were told today that paying tax is not an “option” like putting money on a collection plate, but an “obligation”.
The amount of money that people will be able to pay into their pension pots without paying tax on it could be slashed by up to a third as part of a £1.8bn raid on tax relief.