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The Kumars (Sky1) are back. They've left number 42 at their street in Wembley and moved to Hounslow, where a divorced Sanjeev Kumar/Bhaskar is hosting his TV show from behind his dad's shop where they're renting from new landlord Hawney (pronounced "horny").

Conservative MP Stewart Jackson was one of 29 MPs told to hand over a total of almost £500,000 to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa)

Expenses watchdog takes action against Tory MP Stewart Jackson in £54,000 dispute over taxpayer-funded homes

The MPs' expenses watchdog has launched legal action to recover £54,000 from an MP who claimed taxpayer cash to pay mortgage interest on a property in his constituency.

More than five miles of tunnelling have already been built under London for Crossrail. This image is near Whitechapel station

In pictures: the massive 24-hour-a-day construction project to provide huge boost for London's harassed commuters

More than five miles already built of Crossrail's 26 miles of tunnels

Construction of platform tunnels at Whitechapel station

In pictures: the massive 24-hour-a-day construction project to provide huge boost for London's harassed commuters

More than five miles already built of Crossrail's 26 miles of tunnels

Margaret Thatcher funeral: Procession passes Downing Street

In life she was a symbol of this small but significant London location and now, in death, Baroness Thatcher passed Downing Street for the last time today.

Home Office staff start strike action in pay and jobs dispute

Staff at the Home Office will go on strike today in the latest phase of three months of industrial action by civil servants in a dispute over pay, jobs and terms and conditions.

For many non-Tory voters, Thatcher personified the 'nasty party' Cameron promised to detoxify

Cameron pays tribute to Thatcher, but a friend reveals her true feelings

It's been reported that Thatcher was apparently so unimpressed by David Cameron, that she didn't want to die while he was Prime Minister.

Roads closed for Margaret Thatcher's funeral

Motorists are being advised to avoid Westminster and the City of London on the day of Baroness Thatcher's funeral next week.

Row over Margaret Thatcher statue location

A row has broken out over suggestions that a statue should be built in honour of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.

Legal age to buy crackers cut as part of 'pointless' red tape rules to be scrapped from tomorrow

Dozens of cuts to red tape will come into force tomorrow, including reducing the age for buying Christmas crackers, saving businesses millions of pounds, the Government has announced.

MP Eric Joyce to face no action over House of Commons bar brawl

MP Eric Joyce will not face charges following his arrest over an alleged brawl in a House of Commons bar.

Could Cameron sack Osborne, or will Osborne fall on his sword?

Could George Osborne fall on his sword?

The Conservatives are now 10 points behind Labour. They need to be four ahead

With the boss: Gillian Shephard, right, and Margaret Thatcher during a visit to a Norfolk school

Review: The Real Iron Lady - Working with Margaret Thatcher, By Gillian Shephard

Why the grocer's daughter turned into the Iron Lady

Newsman: Tom Bradby in The Agenda studio

Tom Bradby steps out of Kate and Wills' shadow

It's two years since that interview, and now the 'Agenda' host has two feature films in the offing

Lady-in-waiting: Theresa May outlined strategies that she hoped would lead to a Tory victory in 2015

Theresa May's speech leaves Tories in no doubt – she's after the top job

Home Secretary pledges loyalty to Cameron but urges party to empower all the people, not just elites

Fatoumata Diawara: Mali's voice of protest cries freedom

The singer tells Susie Mesure why Friday's concert marking International Women's Day means so much

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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

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