Improvements to the A14 will instead be paid for by the Government
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Tuesday 04 December 2012
The announcement that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant caused huge levels of excitement… among newspaper editors. Luke Blackall rates their Kate levels
Thursday 29 November 2012
More Comet stores to close
Tuesday 27 November 2012
Boris Johnson waded in to the row between steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal and the French government today as he urged Indian businessmen to set up in the United Kingdom.
Monday 26 November 2012
In the past few weeks and months, as the temperature has risen and the atmosphere become ever more febrile, this newspaper has resisted the urge to suggest to Lord Justice Leveson what he should recommend in his report. Indeed, the Editor said as much on Saturday, maintaining it was pointless at this stage to second-guess the judge, that it was better to wait and see. But over the weekend, the pressure intensified, with lobbying from all quarters.
Friday 23 November 2012
Letter to Lord Justice Leveson from four national newspapers suggests new tougher system for self-regulation
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Broadcaster’s regulatory body meets in hopes of appointing a successor to George Entwistle ‘within weeks’
Friday 09 November 2012
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will continue to apply the expertise he has acquired from his two careers to the overhaul of banking standards, it was confirmed today.
Thursday 08 November 2012
Think the recession is tough? Try thinking of us. We had to take out a loan just to be able to afford a brand new BMW.
Angela Merkel attacked by homegrown critics for preaching austerity to Europe while Germany goes on a spending spree
Wednesday 07 November 2012
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s meeting with David Cameron was overshadowed by fierce criticism of her government’s policies in Germany, where she stands accused of preaching austerity for the rest of Europe while going on a spending spree at home.
Monday 05 November 2012
If nothing else the questioning of the country’s top taxperson was a study in exasperation today. Understandably, the Commons Public Accounts Committee was eager, desperate even, to find out from Lin Homer, HMRC’s chief executive, how it was that Starbucks managed to pay a trifling £8.6million in corporation tax on UK sales of - wait for it - £398million.
Sunday 04 November 2012
- 1 Kenyan politician Mike Sonko left red-faced after photoshopping himself next to Nelson Mandela
- 2 Gurdwaras-turned-food banks: Sikh temples are catering for rise in Britain’s hungry
- 3 Teenage girl convicted of robbery after taking pre-crime selfie wielding knife
- 4 Government delays EU immigration report because it is too positive
- 5 'I'm experiencing austerity as well', says Princess Michael of Kent