Ever since the transport authorities in Madrid began selling sponsorship rights to their subway system, London Underground has gone a bit LOL-tastic.
Commons Public Accounts Committee members yesterday branded company 'devious,' 'calculating' and 'unethical'
Civil servants seen as 'untouchable and unaccountable' could also be put on four-year contracts
The radical cleric Abu Qatada has written to the Archbishop of Canterbury asking for a private meeting at Belmarsh prison. Abu Qatada is understood to have written to the Most Rev Justin Welby at Lambeth Palace recently, to ask him for a personal visit, even providing him with a prison visiting order.
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.
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.
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.
Geoffrey Cox QC, complained that explanations or reasons behind the charges had still not been given
Home Secretary pledges loyalty to Cameron but urges party to empower all the people, not just elites
Phillip Schofield said David Cameron would "absolutely" come back on This Morning despite the storm of controversy caused when he ambushed the Prime Minister with a list of alleged paedophiles during a live interview.
Former Cabinet Secretary Lord O'Donnell says the Government has undermined morale
Chancellor George Osborne will order £5bn worth of cuts from within Whitehall to cover an ambitious range of projects across the country in Wednesday's Autumn Statement. Evidently, this won't win Mr Osborne friends among Civil Service mandarins - but voters may approve of funds being redirected from the corridors of power to the outside world.
Ministers will today hail Britain's "healing economy" as official figures show it has emerged from double-dip recession, but have been ordered not to mention the "green shoots" of recovery.
As some MPs rally round Andrew Mitchell, others ask why Cameron has not sacked him
While David Cameron is on holiday in Cornwall, Larry the Downing Street cat has at last been earning his keep.
Row looms as tough new rules mean honours will only go to those who 'give something back'