As thoughts turn to what 2016 has in store for us, Sophie Morris talks to the people at the heart of the horoscope business
Gordon Brown to advise top investment firm; Black Friday fails to deliver for retailers; LeBron James signs lifetime Nike deal
Gordon Brown, the former UK prime minister, has taken his first role since he left Downing Street in 2010 at Pimco, an asset management company
It should have been obvious that the Chancellor was still hitting the poor harder
Mayor of London accuses Labour of 'tricking' public over three million influx of migrants during its 13 years in government
The "in" campaign is expected to be called Britain Stronger in Europe
Brown warned that unless changes were made to the Scotland Bill, the Union's future would be left hanging by a thread
In his first conference address as party leader, Jeremy Corbyn recycled lines that had been published by Richard Heller, a former adviser to Denis Healey. In an age of jobbing speechwriters, does it matter? Blair's biographer, John Rentoul, considers the question
There is a common belief Labour can somehow coast to victory
To the public this is no more than an SW1 issue, to the Whitehall mandarins it represents an earthquake
Ecnomic View: Those in power etween 2000 and 2008 should see what their policies did to living standards
Former Cabinet Secretary says McBride had 'gone off the territory' even as a civil servant
Mr Mudie said he was 'deeply worried' about Labour’s election prospects
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban, was all smiles as she met her lifelong friend who was injured in the same attack. She met Shazia Ramzan again for the first time at Birmingham Airport.
The best play to date about the tragicomic compromises and ignominious ironies of coalition politics is Michael Frayn's Democracy (2003) about the unstable, ill-natured, ideologically bizarre groupings on which power depended in post-war Germany.