Wenger has confirmed though that any moves are far from complete with the 11pm Friday deadline approaching
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Tuesday 24 April 2012
Ministers cross line when they let press owners influence policy, says owner of Independent
Monday 23 April 2012
Evgeny Lebedev has said he sees "no issue" with politicians and newspaper proprietors meeting each other because "we operate in the same sphere of existence".
Friday 20 April 2012
Shocking new claims have emerged today regarding the death in China of British businessman Neil Heywood.
Monday 02 April 2012
Two suspects in Scotland Yard's phone-hacking inquiry have been rebailed.
Thursday 22 March 2012
The new headteachers' leader has transformed a failing school and counts the controversial Ofsted head as a friend. But that doesn't mean they give each other an easy ride, she tells Richard Garner.
Thursday 01 March 2012
Lord Justice Leveson has criticised leaks from his inquiry, including this week's revelation that Scotland Yard loaned a horse to former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks.
Tuesday 28 February 2012
Scotland Yard loaned former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks a police horse for her Oxfordshire farm.
Sunday 26 February 2012
She didn't expect – and didn't get – an Oscar nod, but has 'a problem with Bafta'. The actress tells Fiona Mountford about the pitfalls of awards
Saturday 11 February 2012
The delicate equilibrium of global politics is rarely a hotel manager's concern. But Chris Hale, who is managing London's Olympics' athletes' village for the InterContinental Hotels Group, has revealed details of the geopolitical segregation he has had to enforce in the hope of maintaining peace among his 17,000 guests.
Wednesday 25 January 2012
Chris Huhne, the Cabinet minister facing possible criminal charges for perverting the course of justice, has spent almost £1.3m on a new London home.
Wednesday 25 January 2012
Andrew Miller emerges triumphant after support for biography divides the judging panel
Tuesday 24 January 2012
M odern elections can be won or lost according to what I call The Underdog Effect. All media outlets, except those who are actually a branch of a political party – like Fox News or The Sun – have an interest in seeing an extremely close contest. A nail-biting finish makes for the best story. So the media overplay the chances of the underdog and underplay the chances of the favourite. That gives the underdog an aura of electability they don't actually deserve – but thereby increases their attractiveness to voters and so their eventual chance of winning. You're seeing this in the contest to be the Republican party's presidential candidate this autumn, which is the longest suicide march in modern American history. Mitt Romney should be clear favourite. But Newt Gingrich's superb performance in South Carolina has created a momentum which all of America's media wants to feed. Gingrich finally triumphing over Mitt the Moderate – long established as the front-runner – would be a great story.
Tuesday 13 December 2011
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says manager Harry Redknapp is not interested in the England job "at the present time".
Thursday 08 December 2011
The chairman of Bell Pottinger's parent group has launched an internal investigation after this week's controversy about the lobbying company.
Friday 02 December 2011
Brian Sewell admires the novels of Simon Raven and this, his own Bildungsroman, shares much with the gamey world of Alms For Oblivion as well as the elegance of the prose – the collision of high and low social worlds, an astonishing variety of sexual behaviour, an amused tolerance of human foible, an admiration of beauty in all its forms, a respect for intelligence and an underlying stoicism.
Over 50,000 families shipped out of London boroughs in the past three years due to welfare cuts and soaring rents
EU asylum policy is 'a direct threat to our civilisation', says Nigel Farage
The Rothschild Libel: Why has it taken 200 years for an anti-Semitic slur that emerged from the Battle of Waterloo to be dismissed?
General Election 2015: SNP and its activists 'openly racist' towards the English, Farage says
General Election 2015: UK will be 'run for the wealthy and powerful' if Tories retain power, Labour warns
Schools forced to act as 'miniature welfare states' with teachers buying underwear and even haircuts for poor pupils
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