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The Chancellor is the front-runner to succeed his friend and ally Mr Cameron
It’s a win-or-bust gamble for the London Mayor. But the No camp needs a big beast to carry the referendum
It is important to stress that the people affected are working: they are striving, to use the Chancellor’s term, for a living, rather than wholly dependent on the state
Ipsos Mori survey finds nearly twice as many people prefer the Mayor of London over George Osborne
The Chritsian group The Core Issues Trust has accused Boris Johnson of banning the advert for political gain
Ed Balls has vowed to increase the top tax rate for high earners to 50p
Labour’s last transport secretary has urged the Davies Commission on airport expansion to make a strong economic case for additional runway capacity. Lord Adonis, who favoured a third runway at Heathrow while in office, said that the next government could otherwise duck a decision until 2020.
As LU and mayor Boris Johnson announce package of changes to provide a ‘21st century tube service’, 'hypocritical' cuts to ticket offices could lead to industrial action
Reality shows, public appearances, commercial endorsements: that's the way it goes for someone who’s captured the headlines
Mayor says wealthiest should get automatic knighthoods and “our humble thanks”, in comments deemed “deeply offensive” by London Assembly's Labour group
Despite the recent deaths on London's roads, Johnson seems to believe that it is the personal choices of cyclists that determine their safety
Boris Johnson has announced plans to make roads safer - but we need action
The Deputy Prime Minister said 'we're not going to keep asking the same question of Parliament again and again'
Accidents were 'not always the car’s fault'
The election is still three years away, but the battle for the keys to City Hall is already under way