A development company has bought the property and is getting it ready to sell on
A call for the personal income tax allowance to be raised to £10,500 a year has led to fresh skirmishes between Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrats and his Conservative coalition partners.
Admittedly it's a step down from €11.5m annual salary he received before his abdication
The Treasury Secretary hits out at Tories' attempts to appropriate raise in income tax threshold
Pensioners’ leaders tonight condemned the Government’s plans to limit care home bills for the elderly as “tinkering around the edges” of much-needed change.
Millions of working Britons will need to take out insurance to pay for their care in old age in addition to saving for a pension, under government plans.
Minister to claim £75,000 social care cap and new means test limit will benefit thousands
The family of painter Lucian Freud donated a 19th-century masterpiece to the National Gallery – to thank Britain for offering him refuge from the Nazis in 1933.
The Duke and Duchess were both in TV ads, she for hair gel, he for Flash and Jaffa Cakes
Multi-million-pound London home of BBC World Affairs Editor was owned through a company in the Bahamas
How to make a claim if an eBay purchase goes sour ... And what happens when someone dies intestate?
When Samuel Pepys came across a captivated crowd watching the street performance of an anarchic little puppet called Punchinello and his beleaguered wife Joan, the diarist chronicled the event in his diary, dated 9 May 1662.
An ever-expanding National Trust is playing a crucial role in people's lives, its director general, Fiona Reynolds, tells Andy McSmith