The paper mocks the collapse in Ms May’s poll ratings since the start of the campaign
Prime Minister came unstuck trying to defend policy to reduce immigration to the 'tens of thousands'
Former Chancellor says the party must also clarify their pledges on immigration
George Osborne-edited Evening Standard calls PM’s immigration target ‘politically rash and economically illiterate’
New editor of the Evening Standard raises eyebrows on Twitter with latest photo opportunity
Former chancellor tweeted his congratulations, hailing former TV presenter a 'one woman Northern Powerhouse' and a 'real star'
Commons' subcommittee also highlights his appointment as a part-time adviser to investment giant BlackRock, working one day a week for £650,000 a year
The former Chancellor today wrote to his constituency party to say that he would be standing down as MP for Tatton
Research shows £901 million of cash earmarked for front-line services spent on external providers
George Osborne is remaining an MP while going to edit London's main newspaper
In a head-to-head debate with Labour MP Andrew Gwynne, Independent founder Andreas Whittam Smith warns that new rules over the jobs MPs can hold outside Parliament would only strengthen an elite ‘political class’
In a head-to-head debate with Independent founding editor Andreas Whittam Smith, Labour MP Andrew Gwynne argues that the country deserves a tighter system of rules around the work that former ministers and MPs take on
Appointment of former Chancellor has drawn criticism from political opponents
'This is such an exciting and challenging job and I’m thrilled to take it on,' former Chancellor says
The Resolution Foundation says wages for the one in six workers in the public sector are set to fall to levels not seen since 2004/2005 as a result of government policy
What message does the former Chancellor being sprayed with cash by banks, financial trading companies, asset managers and hedge funds – months after leaving office – send to other politicians?